Directed by David Leitch, Atomic Blonde is a great movie! Good plot (easy to follow, good old time with a well-defined enemy), excellent soundtrack (German pop, with a nice version of 99 Luftballons by Kaleida) and a lot of action! Lorraine Broughton (Charlize Theron) is excellent, as well as David Percival (James McAvoy) to quote only these two. But if you read these lines, you may not care. What you may care about, however, is that the production team must have skimmed the eBay for vintage artifacts! And you will get plenty for your money. First, when Lorraine meets Merkel (Bill Skarsgård) on the roof of a GDR building (spies apparently love to do that, memba Spy Games?), we can spot an Amstrad PPC-512. That’s for the amuse-bouche. When the jolly spy club meets later at Merkel’s pad, it is Xmas before Xmas: I could spot the following vintage computers: Atari ST, Toshiba T3200, various Macintosh, various PCs, a Commodore SX-64, a Commodore 128, and I believe an Ampere WS1!! (drawling…). Now that I have the tune of Major Tom (Völlig Losgelöst) in my head, I will wish you a good night. And yeah, the guy sitting affront of a Mac is playing Tetris!