A woman, a survivor of a failed murder attempt by a person dubbed "The Half-Moon Killer" by the police, and her husband must find the connecting thread between herself, six other women, and... See full summary »
Pier Paolo Capponi
Agent Roger Browne's orders to assassinate three people lead in a very unexpected direction
In "The Spy Who Loved Flowers" (1966) agent Roger Browne is given an assignment to assassinate three men who may have knowledge of a device that can cause power blackouts. He strongly objects but goes ahead anyway to begin the assignment. Quite soon thereafter, he himself becomes a target. He postpones his task in order to root out who is after him.
This doesn't sound like much, but actually the story's turns hold one's attention as does the dynamic Browne and a good supporting cast. The location work is outstanding, especially in Athens. Geneva also comes in for some play. The print of this movie has very good color and adds to the viewing pleasure.
This is an enjoyable euro-spy picture
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