Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Seen only from the viewpoint of its male protagonist, a Frenchman (Feodor Atkine) wanders around Manila fantasizing about women and sex and watching the city and its nightlife (and day life) go by. In his prurient visions, he remembers excerpts from films by Raoul Walsh, Fritz Lang and other directors, and he finds some of his fantasies outdone by the moves of the female performers in the night spots. This film tends to treat women as objects of sexual passion, and parents may want to decide themselves whether or not their children should see it.
city, nightlife, sex, sexual-fantasy, women