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Time Out says

Yes, Jack Arnold - the incredible shrinking sci-fi film director, who since the early '60s has been providing various varieties of pap, mainly for TV. As sex movies go, this is particularly well crafted, and at one or two points even manages to be (intentionally) funny. The heroine is the daughter of a bigwig American who comes to London and causes havoc among visiting diplomats (including a crude caricature of Henry Kissinger). But it's not really interesting - Arnold fans would be better off dreaming of creatures from the black lagoon and incredible shrinking men.
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Release details

UK release:

1974

Duration:

90 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Jack Arnold

Cast:

Steve Plytas, Eric Young, Murray Kash, Ed Bishop, Christina Hart, David Beale

Music:

John Cameron

Art Director:

Bill Alexander

Editor:

Don Deacon

Cinematography:

Alan Hume

Screenwriter:

Jameson Brewer, Peter J Oppenheimer

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