Which would you pick?
Silva eyes a bottle…
…or is he eyeing the chick on the piano?
Verson Jetorix: “Late entry in the spy cycle is a fine ambience pic with Henry Silva and Ida Galli. It’s moody and has a good soundtrack and it’s the first film from the director of THE NIGHT EVELYN CAME OUT OF THE GRAVE. See The Eurospy Guide for a complete review.”
Despite Salvador Huguet’s insistence that she grab the J&B, Dagmar Lassander lets it pass and is forced to drink Chivas for the rest of the film.
Verson Jetorix: “Dagmar Lassander and Susan Scott make a beautiful pair of peacocks in their high fashion duds. Not the giallo that some disappointed reviewers wanted, this top notch Euro-ambience entertainment is about sexual politics, mysterious motives and washing down loads of tranquilizers with hard liquor. Great Morricone score, fun set design, and outstanding cinematography. Stylish and twisted, this comes highly recommended.”