One of Britain’s greatest intelligence assets during World War II was Spanish superspy Juan Pujol, code-named Garbo for his prodigious acting talent; he played a crucial role in deciphering Nazi codes and persuading Hitler that the Allies would invade Europe through Calais rather than Normandy. Pujol did it all by counterfeiting a far-flung network of informants, all of whom drew handsome paychecks from the Reich. Documentary maker Edmon Roch spins a zippy yarn of Pujol’s improbable exploits from archival footage, talking heads, and clips from classic espionage dramas (Mata Hari, Our Man in Havana). The resulting video (2009) is great fun but lacks psychological depth; Roch could have used less Ian Fleming and more Graham Greene. In English and subtitled German and Spanish.