The Empire may be long gone, but around the world there are still 500 British consulates. In this new series they've have opened their doors to TV cameras for the first time, giving unique access to the consulates in some of Spain's busiest resorts. From the expat paradise of the Costa Blanca and Benidorm, to Barcelona, Tenerife, Mallorca, and the party island of Ibiza. Under pressure and under fire, consulate staff are the thin red, white and blue line that lies between Brits in trouble and Brits in even more trouble.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Our Man in... - Our Man in Marrakesh - Netflix
Our Man in Marrakesh (released in North America as Bang! Bang! You're Dead!) is a 1966 British comedy spy film shot in Morocco produced and co-written by Harry Alan Towers, directed by Don Sharp and starring Tony Randall, Herbert Lom and Senta Berger.
Our Man in... - Reception - Netflix
Our Man in Marrakesh opened in London on 5 May 1966, the same day as A Man Could Get Killed and the day before Modesty Blaise. This caused the critic in The Times to write a combined review titled “Humorous variations on theme of the secret agent”, where Our Man in Marrakesh is noted for having a story similar to A Man Could Get Killed, but comparatively lacking in wit. However, the film gets some credit for a literally colourful chase through Marrakesh's dyers' quarter.