A story that recounts a series of thrilling events about large bomb attacks carried out by Palestinian youth in Israeli homes in West Germany. The Israeli interrogators wanted to stop these bombings. They identified an eccentric figure of English origin and recruited them as an Israeli agent for them to control the Palestinian networks. Indeed, that agent and her officers have done a privileged job.
As a technical package, The Little Drummer Girl is polished and voluptuous. But as an exercise in gripping serial narrative, it lacks the spark and swagger of recent superlative small-screen espionage capers.