The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a British-American action comedy spy film directed by Guy Ritchie and co-written by Lionel Wigram and Ritchie, based on the 1964 MGM television series of the same name, which was created by Sam Rolfe.
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The film stars Henry Cavill, Armie Hammer, Alicia Vikander, Elizabeth Debicki and Hugh Grant. The film was released on August 14, 2015.
In 1963, East Berlin, ex-con turned leading CIA agent Napoleon Solo is tasked with tracking down a woman named Gabby Teller, whose missing father is a Nazi scientist who had worked for the U.S. government. Despite being pursued by top KGB agent Illya Kuryakin Solo manages to transport Gabby over the Berlin Wall into West Berlin, with Kuryakin left behind.
The following day, Solo meets his handler, Saunders, in a park's men's restroom to be told of his new objective when suddenly Kuryakin walks in. The two briefly fight before Saunders, and his KGB counterpart Oleg, arrive and announce that the two are now partners. They reveal that Gabby's uncle Rudi works for an Italian shipping company owned by Alexander and Victoria Vinciguerra, a couple with ties to former Nazis. The two are planning to use Gabby's father to create their own private nuclear weapon. The CIA and KGB insist the two agents work together, although each man is under private orders to steal the important computer data for their respective governments.
Gabby is outraged to learn that her cover is to introduce Kuryakin as her architect fiancé to her uncle but Solo insists they go on. The trio travel to Rome and check into a hotel in the centre of the city to await further orders. Solo believes that enemy agents are watching them and warns Kuryakin that they must not react to any threat as it will blow their cover. During a mock romantic walk next to the ancient Theater of Marcellus with Gabby through the city, Kuryakin is tested by a pair of goons who proceed to steal his father's Pobeda watch; he forces himself not to fight them. Upon their return to the hotel, a sulking Kuryakin is tempted into dancing with a drunken Gabby. The two share an intimate moment before she passes out, leaving the agent to carry her to bed. The next morning, Solo and Kuryakin confront one another after discovering they had each planted listening devices in the other's room.
The following day, the trio are sent to spy at an exclusive race track party hosted by the Vinciguerras. Solo steals an invitation off of a man named Waverly and impresses Victoria with his skills as a thief by stealing her own jewellery. He offers her help in "filling the gaps" in her art collection. Gabby introduces Kuryakin to her uncle, who insults him for being Russian. Kuryakin excuses himself and takes out his rage by beating up a trio of men in a bathroom. Gabby flirts with Alexander Vinciguerra before the group leaves, leading to him offering her a job in his corporation and inviting her on a date. After checking secret photos he took, Kuryakin finds evidence that Alexander and Victoria were recently exposed to radiation and theorizes that the bomb must be close.
That night, Solo and Kuryakin find each other breaking into the same shipping yard for evidence and reluctantly agree to work together. They discover that uranium was stored at the shipping yard, but that it has already been removed. After triggering an alarm, they are chased by guards, resulting in an action scene at the end of which Solo and Kuryakin escape together. Hearing of the break-in, Victoria goes to the hotel to catch the agents red-handed but Solo manages to return to his room before she does, managing to seduce her into sex.
The following day, Solo meets with Victoria while Gabby meets with Rudi and Alexander at their mansion with Kuryakin listening in. He overhears Gabby apparently betraying their mission. Kuryakin is forced to make a quick escape. Victoria drugs Solo and abducts him. He wakes up tied to an electric chair in a private room with Rudi, who reveals himself to be an infamously sadistic Nazi torturer. Kuryakin breaks into the room and frees Solo, putting Rudi in the chair instead. Kuryakin tortures Rudi into revealing that the bomb is being kept at an island fortress. Rudi is killed when the chair short circuits.
At the island, Gabby meets her father, who reveals that he is being forced to work against his will. Together, they attempt to sabotage the bomb but are caught by Victoria. Victoria orders Gabby to be taken away and killed and forces Gabby's father to complete the bomb. After he reluctantly hands over the data, Victoria shoots him dead.
Solo and Kuryakin are picked up by Waverly, who turns out to be a British agent, and reveals that Gabby has been working for British Intelligence for two years and that the CIA and KGB nearly ruined their operation to find her father. Solo and Kuryakin lead an MI5 taskforce in an attack on the island whilst Alexander drives away in a jeep containing the bomb and Gabby. Pursued by Solo and Kuryakin, Alexander crashes the jeep and is killed by Kuryakin. Solo secretly recovers the computer disk containing the nuclear data. Waverly warns that the captured missile is a decoy, and that Victoria has escaped in a boat with the real nuclear weapon. Taunting Victoria via radio, Solo tricks her into revealing her location, allowing the Royal Navy to destroy the boat and bomb, taking her with them.
After returning to Rome, Gabby moves to kiss Kuryakin goodbye but the two are interrupted by Waverly's men. Oleg informs Kuryakin that Solo is in possession of the data disk, and threatens him with imprisonment and dishonour if he doesn't retrieve it. Kuryakin enters Solo's room with the intention of killing the American and retrieving the disk, but changes his mind when Solo gives him his father's watch, which he had retrieved from an enemy agent. The two men decide to destroy the disc, rather than allow either of their countries to get a major advantage over the other. Waverly and Gabby arrive and inform the two that they are now working under Waverly and his new organization: U.N.C.L.E. (United Network Command for Law and Enforcement), with a new case awaiting them in Istanbul, Turkey.
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