Two. Smart. Dickensian.
I have always loved the beginning, the Typhoon Saturday in the Hong Kong Press Lounge.
Smiley and Guillam. Of course, Jayston played Guilliam in the original BBC series of Tinker Tailor, and has an advantage.
Sure, but that would be a tall order.
In the same way that Alec Guinness was probably the greatest casting choice in history as George Smiley, Michael Jayston's reading of Le Carre's works is nothing short of brilliant.
No, not at all
Yes. I think that Scott Brick is a very gifted narrator, I just think he missed the mark on this one. I didn't like the accent he chose for Brenner, and I felt like his interpretation of the female characters was rather simplistic. DeMille writes very strong female characters, and I don't think that Brick did them justice on this round.
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