There are adaptations and there are rip-offs, and this is a classic example of the latter. And as if ripping off were not enough, the makers actually tell you that they have – that’s if you haven’t already fathomed that. After this adapta... beg pardon, rip-off, of his novel, James Hadley Chase must be turning in his grave. And if he hasn’t reached there yet, he must be longing to get there.
The film commences with Mr. Isaac Peter visiting a brothel, and after he’s
done with the whore, he takes a break and relaxes. At this point, the whore,