Watched Jun 21, 2012
Richard Naing’s review:
Strangely flat and non-dramatic on a larger "plot" level. Surprising as the script is by Harold Pinter. To me, Segal felt miscast, breezing through the film with a Bond-like nonchalance, something that puzzled me because of how many people refer to this as one of the anti-Bond espionage films of the 60's. Still, there are many things to savor, not least of all Senta Berger.