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!
Did You Know?
The British High Commissioner of Malaya in 1953 (when the film was set) was General (later Field Marshall) Sir Gerald Templer. The character of Trumphey more closely resembles the next British High Commissioner of Malaya Sir Donald Charles MacGillivray. See more
Helicopter shown in the first scene is a Russian Mi4 from the early 60s. Helicopters were not fully operational until about 1947. See more
Even magic cannot protect you against stupidity.
The Seventh Dawn
Music by Riz Ortolani
Lyrics by Paul Francis Webster See more