During the height of the Soviet Union expansion, fear of nuclear war lead both the KGB and the CIA to deploy spies for reconnaissance, espionage, and assassination. Apart from Cold War tensions, the Soviet Union was already fighting a war of its own, a war against Christianity; as it desperately tried to replace faith in God with faith in mankind. After a long career of following questionable orders and pursuing the Soviet Union's atheist agenda, KGB Chairman Shelepin searches for common ground with another zealous government agent from the opposite side, CIA agent Garver. However, while imprisoned by the Soviets for assassination and hoping for extradition; Garver discovers a Bible amongst the dead corpses in his cell and begins to transform into an even bigger enemy of the Soviet Union.
Ratings and Reviews
Faith-based "what if" thriller is boring, violent.