Director: Joel M Reed
Runtime: 86 minutes
Rating: M18 (Nudity)
This bizarre independent film was shot in Singapore (with support from Cathay Film Services) in December 1969, and was based on a story by two American war correspondents (Keith Lorenz and Ian Ward). Instead, under the directing of legendary sleaze-king Joel M. Reed, a dire mish-mash of spy movie clichés,Ed Wood-level performances and shameless sexploitation, with a strain of homophobia that reaches hysterical levels rolls out. It follows the exploits of depressed Vietnam veteran and writer Dave Dearborn, leading to all manner of mayhem, sex, violence and ridiculous grotesquery, with Singapore playing its role as the unwitting backdrop.
– All film screenings are held at Oldham Theatre, National Archives of Singapore.
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