Political and personal intrigues surround a group of characters in Malaya, after the close of the Second World War.
A STRANGE LAND SLEEPS LIKE A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN - SO STILL...SO MYSTERIOUS...SO UNTOUCHED- UNTIL THE FIRST LIGHT OF DAWN AWAKENS THE PASSIONS OF MEN AND THE FURIES OF WAR!
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Contrary to popular belief, this film was not intended as an analogy to the Vietnam War. The source novel was published in 1961, well before the US sent military advisors to South Viet Nam and years before combat troops were sent. See more
During the attack on Ng's jungle camp, an SAS trooper uses a dagger to kill a Communist/Terrorist insurgent. No soldier would use a knife in a gun battle. Silence is not needed and any other SAS troopers firing on the CT might hit the SAS trooper with the knife by accident. See more
I don't choose my friends according to their color. I even have a few white friends.
The Seventh Dawn
Music by Riz Ortolani
Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster See more