Sandro, a detective, finds his wife strangled. His girl-friend Tiffany, who works as photographer, makes a "Blow up" from a photo, what Sandro finds beside the victim. Sandro and Tiffany ... See full summary »
A French intelligence agent becomes embroiled in the Cold War politics first with uncovering the events leading up to the 1962 Cuban Missle Crisis, and then back to France to break up an international Russian spy ring.
Seit Jahren lebt Marie-Louise allein mit ihren Kindern Laura und Jean-Paul. Als der untreue Gatte wieder auftaucht, hält Medizinstudentin Laura zur Mutter, doch Jean-Paul wendet sich von ... See full summary »
Ottone and Savio work hard to keep each other out of trouble with the Roman Centurions while scraping together food and drink with various scams. Emperor Nero's wife, the beautiful Poppea, ... See full summary »
Sandro, a detective, finds his wife strangled. His girl-friend Tiffany, who works as photographer, makes a "Blow up" from a photo, what Sandro finds beside the victim. Sandro and Tiffany are looking for the woman on the photo, Laura. They finds her in a Night Club in Rome... Written by
Here's something odd: IMDb has recorded an impressive 81 votes for this film, yielding it a 5.2 score, yet I'm the first person to write a review for it. I'm amazed that that many folks have actually seen this obscure mystery, but I'm less surprised about the lack of commentary: this is a truly boring film, with very little to recommend it. Granite jawed Frederick Stafford plays a police detective whose wife is strangled in flagrante delicto. Assigned to investigate the murder, he stumbles across a blackmail plot. There are a few dull sex scenes where the ladies take off their tops, a little bit of violence, and a whoole lot of talk. Technically, the film is shot with a distinct lack of imagination, and even the title song and score aren't particularly good. This Eurotrash entry is one big Eurosnooze.
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