Joanna Sorrin, a whimsical and fanciful country girl, goes to London to follow a fashion design course. She comes into contact with the capital's young jet set and becomes the mistress of Gordon, the black owner of a night club. Unfortunately her lover happens to kill a man and is sent to jail. As she is pregnant from Gordon, Joanna returns to her parents'home. But the young woman has not yet said her last word. She WILL be back in Swingin' London !
Joanna is mad, mod, the best!
Did You Know?
Genevieve Waite had been Michael Sarne's girlfriend, but their relationship was over by the time they made this film together. See more
When Joanna, Lord Sanderson, Beryl and party go to Morocco (North Africa) for vacation Joanna gives Sanderson a gift which he calls a compass. The gift is not a compass, it's a sextant, a more complex navigating instrument. See more
Panavision is the first thing to be credited. The production seal follows. Then, "This film is entirely fictional..." appears on the screen. Director Michael Sarne is then credited, followed by the rest of the crew members. The actors are not credited. The title of the film appears last and blinks on and off in neon, soft-focus letters. See more
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Music by Rod McKuen
Published by Twentieth Century Music Corporation-ASCAP See more