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The Spies Across the Street

January 25, 2013

"The Americans" is a thoroughly seductive tale of sleeper KGB agents, trained to pass themselves off as ordinary Americans leading inconspicuous lives in suburban Washington. Also reviewed this week: "Do No Harm" and "Space Shuttle Columbia: Mission of Hope."

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