We went to the local Vue cinema yesterday evening to see this film.
This is a John Le Carre spy story, one of Philip Seymour Hoffman's last films. We really enjoyed it. Le Carre's stories are very much the opposite end of the spying spectrum to 007 films, they seem to be trying to reflect the everyday grind of normal spy work and the climax is built up through storytelling. Even Hamburg looks grey. This is a very good film - if you liked "Tinker Tailor" then probably you will enjoy this.