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Time Out says

Rhodesia...1979...guerilla warfare in the bush...arms smuggling in the Hilton...torrid passion (Collins + Harris) between the bed-sheets. If this attempt to cash in on international news (made in South Africa, incidentally) were a little more reactionary and a little less 'responsible', it might have made a decent action film and turned its images of men at war (platoons skirmishing hopelessly in the bush) to some use. As it is, the plot meanders in desperation, and the increasing archness of Joan Collins in her usual role becomes just another dead-weight irrelevance. If white Rhodesia feels as dispirited as this movie looks, the war of black liberation has already been won.
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Release details

UK release:

1979

Duration:

106 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

James Fargo

Cast:

Sven-Bertil Taube, Ray Milland, Joan Collins, Richard Roundtree, Richard Harris, Denholm Elliott

Music:

Tony Duhig, John Field

Art Director:

Herbert Smith

Editor:

Peter Tanner

Cinematography:

Alex Thomson

Screenwriter:

Phillip Baird

Producer:

Hazel Adair

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