This Harry Alan Towers film has nothing to offer except some widescreen Chinese locations (much beloved of Towers, who also produced the Fu Manchu series) and a variety of sexual venues: art gallery, riding stables, Tibetan monastery. Otherwise it's 'Convent-bred Emanuelle 3 Goes East' as Eponymous Annie meets up with Felicity Devonshire - looking as though she's on a modelling trip for The Sun - and they both strip off a lot. A Jane Birkin-type song plays endlessly in the background. Someone says 'There is a Chinese legend - when you throw in lead, you can fish out gold'. Not here.