"Shining Through" is that rarest of all birds, a movie...

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January 30, 1992|By Stephen Hunter

"Shining Through" is that rarest of all birds, a movie about World War II. Melanie Griffith plays a working-class secretary working for two Harvard swells in the late '30s who catches on to the fact that they are intelligence officers. Eventually accepted onto the team, she is infiltrated into Germany late in World War II to recover German rocket secrets.

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