Synopsis by Kristie Hassen
Detective C.G. (Klaus-Juergen Wussow) begins to investigate the death of an attractive woman (Heidelinde Weis) whose naked body was found in Beverly Hills. When he recovers her journal, he is taken into her past where he finds that she lead a sexually promiscuous life. Perhaps in the pages of the diary will be a clue to her killer's identity. This thriller was the first German feature to be shot in Hollywood after WWII as well as the first feature for German television director Michael Pfleghar. Based on a bestselling novel by Curt Goetz, Die Tote Von Beverly Hills/The Corpse of Beverly Hills was adapted to the screen only a few short years after his death.
killing, corpse, Czechoslovakia, dance [art], detective, diary, extramarital-affair, flashback, husband-and-wife, investigation, investigator, marriage, murder, nudity, private-detective, promiscuity, scientist, sex, sexuality, woods [place]