This film has just been revived on a local TV channel. I first saw it almost 30 years ago as the first part of a double bill, and I remember reluctantly enduring sitting through it because I wanted to see the second feature. Apart from this, the film was forgotten half an hour after leaving the cinema and has not returned to mind for over quarter of a century. Although the title of this TV feature sounded familiar, the film I remembered was so ghastly that I could not believe it was being allowed to escape from the studio again, but I taped it (it was an early morning feature) to check. Unfortunately it was the same film, and it was even worse than I remembered. I am therefore writing these warning comments in case there is any possibility of it being re-released in DVD format. It is a pity that, by its nature, your data base has to remain comprehensive, and works as bad as this cannot be allowed to slip into well deserved oblivion, but at least your readers deserve to be forewarned.
Perhaps on reflection these comments are unnecessarily cruel, the basic concept of an architect designing a building to look like a woman's breast could probably be exploited effectively on a film. I even know a minesite where two well shaped piles of slag have been named by the workers as the memorial to a well endowed young woman who used to work at the site. Given a new script, much better acting and direction, and above all better photography, a remake of this film might make a successful lightweight comedy for today's TV - however there would be little if anything left to remind the viewer of this terrible forerunner..
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