Glass Wars showcases the spectacular works of art from the country's top glassblowers, as they compete under intense pressure to be named the best in their craft.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
Glass Wars - The Looking Glass War (film) - Netflix
The Looking Glass War is a 1969 British film released by Columbia Pictures directed by Frank Pierson based on the 1965 novel by John le Carré.
Glass Wars - Plot summary - Netflix
Polish defector Leiser (Christopher Jones) is offered a chance at UK citizenship by MI6 - but only if he agrees to undertake a highly dangerous espionage mission behind the “iron curtain” in East Germany. Leiser's role is to replace an MI6 agent who has already been murdered, and gather photographic intelligence on a covert East German rocket system - in violation of international agreements. However, the mission goes wrong from the start when, shortly after arriving in East Germany, Leiser is forced to murder a lorry driver who makes homosexual advances. Leiser's objective is further undermined when he falls in love with an East German woman looking for a way out of the country.