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An unscrupulous businessman tries to win a government contract by playing up to the engineer assigned to review the project. He comes to the engineer's hotel room to offer him money, all the while secretly filming the proceedings with a hidden camera. Meanwhile the engineer, unhappily married to an alcoholic, uses the hotel room to continue his affair with the businessman's attractive young wife.Written by
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
Most popular film actors have a few embarrassments from the early days in their career and here's one that Tom Selleck would probably like to erase from his record. Not that any of the blame should fall on him. Probably no actor could have saved this dull, pointless, claustrophobic drama which takes place entirely in two mundane hotel rooms and in which lifeless characters engage in dreary exchanges of dialog. At least, in the second half of the proceedings, Tom gets to take his shirt off. (Gee, who would have thought that might happen?) He was in his physical prime here -- about 32 years old -- and that big chest of his is truly a sight to behold. Fortunately, no one ever persuaded him to shave it in order to achieve that smooth, bodybuilder look, and as hairy chests go, it has few rivals in the cinema. Clint Walker, of course, does spring to mind, but Clint can't match Selleck for sheer sexuality.
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