Assassins are after a prostitute who has come into possession of a cigarette lighter that, unbeknownst to her, contains the negatives that show a politician's assassination.

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Mystère
Phil Coccioletti ...
Inspector Colt (as Phillip Coccioletti)
Duilio Del Prete ...
Captain Levi
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Ivanov
Gabriele Tinti ...
Mink
Peter Berling ...
Reinhardt
Samuele Goldzader
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Pamela
Marcia Briscoe ...
Martha
Livio Galassi ...
Pamela's Brother
Lionello Pio Di Savoia
Gregory Snegoff ...
Police detective
Stefano Davanzati
Roberto Renna
Sergio Tardioli
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Assassins are after a prostitute who has come into possession of a cigarette lighter that, unbeknownst to her, contains the negatives that show a politician's assassination.

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28 November 1983 (Italy)  »

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I'll file this with my giallo films
4 October 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Most enjoyable oddity. This starts off as a cracking giallo and probably continues as such beyond halfway when it begins to turn into a Euro spy film. So far, so good but finally it goes to far with its Bond parody and the final segment is pretty laughable and rather spoils the taste of the bulk of the film. Carole Bouquet gives a great performance, she who starred in Bunuel's last film when she was 20 (her first movie) and amongst many others, 'For Your Eyes Only', only a couple of years before. This may be the reason this was given the alternative title for mine is 'Mystere'. It is such a shame that this veers away from the giallo genre but I guess it was a rather late entry although Carlo Vanzini would go on to have another decent stab, as you might say, with 'Nothing Underneath'. I reckon I'll file this with my giallo films and when watching it again just maybe miss off the Hong Kong set, 'Epilogue'. Score reflects the disappointing denouement.


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