Could Rachel Brosnahan Be a Spy?
When Ironbark director Dominic Cooke and cast members Rachel Brosnahan and Merab Ninidze stopped by The Vulture Spot at Sundance, they spilled everything they learned about spy craft while making the film, which centers on a real-life bond between two spies working to end the Cuban Missile Crisis. They even outed who among them they thought would make the best undercover agent IRL. Proving that actually they’d all probably be terrible spies in real life.
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