Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)

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Lang Jeffries plays a school teacher in financial trouble until he finds a stash of diamonds that everyone else wants. He tries to flee the country (Vietnam) and escape with his riches and his girlfriend. The chase is on. Larry Anderson.


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  • Lang Jeffries and Francesca Tu in Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)
  • Sal Borgese and Francesca Tu in Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)
  • Lang Jeffries and Francesca Tu in Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)
  • Werner Peters and Gianni Rizzo in Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)
  • Lang Jeffries and Francesca Tu in Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)
  • Lotosblüten für Miss Quon (1967)

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4 November 2017 | Tonino101
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| A Decent Film Noir
I heard about this adaptation of the novel by James Hadley Chase made in the late 60s but only came across the DVD very recently - and it was a German DVD, with both English and German-language versions. Overall, it is a decent film noir, with very good actors in it, even though we don't see them very often in English-language films. Lang Jeffries is excellent as a man consumed by greed; the Chilean actor Daniel Emilfork also very convincing as a creepy policeman, and the Italian Gianni Rizzio (who I remember from his cameo performance in "The Name of the Rose") as the underworld kingpin. Francesca Tu is OK as the leading man's girlfriend. So what can I say about the film today, exactly 50 years since its release? It is very watchable, and deserves to be seen. I hope it will be restored for the next edition, as it looks rather bleak on DVD. So if you like film noir and have a chance to watch this particular one, do.

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Release Date:

26 July 1967

Language

French, German


Country of Origin

Italy, France, West Germany

Filming Locations

Hong Kong

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