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Diane Kruger & Yuval Adler Discuss The Film, "The Operative"

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Diane Kruger & Yuval Adler Discuss The Film, 'The Operative'

Diane Kruger & Yuval Adler Discuss The Film, "The Operative"

"The Operative," directed by Yuval Adler, follows the story of Rachel (Diane Kruger), a rogue spy from Israel's feared national intelligence force Mossad, who vanishes without a trace while attending her father's funeral in London.

The only clue to her whereabouts is a cryptic phone call she places to her former handler Thomas, who is then summoned from Germany to Israel by Mossad.

With Rachel's life immersed in her assignments as part of a vast espionage effort against Iran's nuclear program, Thomas must retrace her steps to determine what threats she may now pose to their operation, while also working to protect her.


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