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* The film heavily hints that Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can be him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?


* Delphine wears a choker through much of the film. In an early, she tells Lorraine, "I knew you wouldn't choke!" Delphine is ultimately choked to death. (Lorraine is not).

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* Delphine wears a choker through much of the film. In an early, early scene, she tells Lorraine, "I knew you wouldn't choke!" Delphine is ultimately choked to death. (Lorraine is not).


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* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an [=MI6=] agent and a KGB agent.]]
* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters when his handlers try investigate and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].
* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can be him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]

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* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an [=MI6=] agent and a KGB agent.]]
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* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters when his handlers try investigate and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].
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* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can be him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]killed?
* Delphine wears a choker through much of the film. In an early, she tells Lorraine, "I knew you wouldn't choke!" Delphine is ultimately choked to death. (Lorraine is not).


* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an MI6 agent and a KGB agent.]]

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* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an MI6 [=MI6=] agent and a KGB agent.]]


* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can be him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]

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* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can be him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]killed?]]
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* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]

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* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can be him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]


* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters when his handlers try investigate and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].

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* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters when his handlers try investigate and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].end]].
* The film heavily hints that [[spoiler:Percival is the double agent Satchel, and Lorraine even manages to frame him as Satchel. But before it's revealed she's manipulating evidence, it's clear there's no way Percival can him. He angrily kills Bakhtin in revenge for Gascoine, who had correctly identified Satchel as the person who sold him out. Why would Percival have his own friend killed?]]


* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].

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* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters when his handlers try investigate and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].


* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an MI6 agent and a KGB agent.]]

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* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an MI6 agent and a KGB agent.]]]]
* Lorraine primarily uses the Soviet Makarov PM, heavily based on the iconic Walther PPK as her weapon of choice during the movie. While this can be explained by the operating environment she's in (East Berlin), it's also a symbolic reveal that [[spoiler: she's not actually an English Super Spy like James Bond, but an agent of another country]]. She also arranges for her East German asset to smuggle the gun into [[spoiler: the hotel room in Paris to allow her to assassinate the KGB agent and his security detail, in order to muddy the waters and mask all CIA involvement when tying up that loose end]].

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* [[spoiler: In a few scenes it appears that Lorraine's accent is kind of all over the place and while some assumed it was Theron not being able to really maintain it, the truth is that Lorraine is a CIA agent impersonating both an MI6 agent and a KGB agent.]]

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