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George Ardisson stars in this Italian-Indonesian co-production as David Rank, a bowler-hatted London bank employee who takes the advice of a Hyde Park Corner speaker and drops out of straight society in favour of living on the island of Bali.
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George Ardisson stars in this Italian-Indonesian co-production as David Rank, a bowler-hatted London bank employee who takes the advice of a Hyde Park Corner speaker and drops out of straight society in favour of living on the island of Bali. He admires the local culture, enjoys the native women, and is having a marvelous time until the local police chief gets tired of his hell-raising ways and threatens to send him back to Blighty. David falls in with local smuggler Porfirio who proceeds to blackmail him--even while the randy Englishman is seducing Porfirio's wife Elaine. There's some fascinating mondo style footage recording traditional Balinese rites such as bull racing, as well as a gorgeous Alessandro Alessandroni score that is worth the price of admission alone.
|AKA:||Vergine di Bali, La|
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