Powerful international business associates have recommended Robert Elliot (James Coburn) as a special advisor to the White House. But there's a problem. Elliot has a very dirty past. He's been running a business espionage ring - and if the truth ever came out, Elliot would be finished.
Now, everyone working for Elliot must die to ensure their silence. Everyone and Elliot can't be implicated in the murders. Somehow, they must be convinced to kill each other - and all in one single, bloody, night...
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I remember this film from many years ago, and was pleased to see it was remastered. However, after playing on a standard tv and dvd set up, the picture quality is not ideal, the opening credits seem to blur into an almost black screen during the sequence in the car being driven. I have a vhs copy which has a vastly superior picture. Perhaps I need to play on a blue ray machine?. Great film, bad transfer.
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I have eagerly awaited the release of this film on DVD, having only being able to find it on region 1 in the past, at highly inflated prices. The plot involves a man who to prevent his dirty secrets from being exposed gets a group of people to murder each other over one night to protect his interests. When I saw it was digitally remastered I was even more intrigued. However, once I played this on my standard tv/dvd set up I noticed some of the scenes were almost too dark with the black tones overshadowing the picture. I have this on V.H.S with a 4 recording head set up, and I found the picture quality better. Perhaps a blue ray player with upscaling would help, but overall I was far from impressed with picture quality.
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