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Bora Bora (1968)

A Frenchman finds his runaway wife on an island in the Pacific.

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Marita Ferrio
Corrado Pani ...
Roberto Ferrio
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Giovanni Ivan Scratuglia ...
Man in the Ferry (as Ivan Scratuglia)
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Antoine Coco Puputauki ...
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A Frenchman finds his runaway wife on an island in the Pacific.

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Bora Bora - rakkauden saari  »

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So So film, beautiful photography
9 February 2011 | by (Long Island, New york) – See all my reviews

The cinematography is magnificent, as well as the shots of the Gaugain paintings. It is difficult to judge the acting, since I saw the dubbed English version which is available on HULU. The film was released by American International in 1970. It must have been a purchased import. In short the film centers around a man going in search of his wife, who walked out on him. He traces her to Bora Bora, and this is where his problems really begin, with his obsession of winning his wife back, trying all types of ploys to do so. I give this film ** stars for the cinematography. The quality of the print is halfway decent. However this film is not on video or DVD.


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