Charlie drives a car laden with explosives to a drop-off in Austria, while Kurtz and Becker race to save her from a fatal misstep.
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The author of the novel which inspired this mini-series, John le Carré
, has a cameo as the old waiter in the Austrian square (Gutigplatz , Kleinalm). Charlie asks him "One slivovitz, please" to which he retorts "Ein slivovitz." See more
When Charlie drives onto the Austrian town square and the camera focuses on a street sign that says "Kleinalm, Gutigplatz", there's a green building in the background with the words "Kavárna Spalícek" written on it. "Kavárna" means "café" in Czech, revealing that the scene was actually filmed in the Czech Republic, not in Austria. See more
Thank you, Jose. If you could just lend me that gun of yours and I'll just pop outside and shoot myself.