The relentlessly professional Barry Sullivan bulls his way through the blackmail scenario of this obscurity, which played Turner Classic Movies in a graveyard slot and had neither external nor user reviews here, which is very rare. Directed by a one-time Oscar nominee and co-written by the writer of GRIZZLY (76), it's a hidden camera story about a philandering politico (Jack Ging) and a honey trap pretty much set in two rooms, and staged almost like a play. The TV-drawn cast (plus noted songwriter Jackie DeShannon) must have filmed it in their off hours; it has the look and feel of something made at 2am, so it fits to view it then. This mildly compelling insomniac fare is highlighted by a long-ish sex scene (1966 vintage) that might have steamed a few windows had it played anywhere.
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