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Dark Mission: Evil Flowers (1988)

Dark Mission: Flowers of Evil (original title)

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(as Jess Franco)

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(screenplay) (as David Khunne, A.L. Mariaux), (dialogue) (as George Freedland)
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Luis Morel Stuart
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Lt. Sparks (as Richard Harrisson)
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Henri Lambert ...
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Daniel Katz ...
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(as J.M. Marfa)
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Bottom-of-the-barrel action flick
30 July 1999 | by (Stuttgart, Germany) – See all my reviews

Spanish exploitation vet Jess Franco directed this tiresome action thriller about American secret agent searching for big time cocaine dealers in Cuba (or something). The film is an example for the Americanization of European B-cinema that started in the 80's - Dark Mission looks like an American TV movie and nothing else. There's nothing here that reminds of whatever talents Jess Franco once had. Even French actress Brigitte Lahaie looks surprisingly bad in this awful, uninspired yawnfest.


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