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Garbo: The Spy

Garbo: The Spy is a 2009 documentary film written by Edmon Roch, Isaki Lacuesta and Maria Hervera and directed by Edmon Roch. "A portrait of the Spaniard Joan Pujol Garcia, who fought on both sides in two wars without ever having held a weapon. During the Second World War, he was both the German spy Arabel and the British spy Garbo. He earned his British codename because his bosses considered him to be the best actor in the world -- so great was the web of lies that he span to deceive his German superiors. In the words of one clearly impressed espionage expert in the film, "The bigger the lie, the more they believed him." In addition to these interviews, most of which ... more on Wikipedia

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