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R,1hr 24min
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1971
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Code Red
Synopsis: David Niven is Alex, a scholar who has won the Nobel Prize for developing a universal language. The U.S. State Department has decided to honor him with a statue, to be displayed in London's Grosvenor Square. The commission for the project went to Alex's wife Rhonda (Virna Lisi), who has designed a statue that is completely nude, without even a fig leaf. Husband Alex sees that is it a perfect replica of himself, except for the part usually covered by fig leaves. He accuses his wife of using one of ... Full Synopsis
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It's possible that someone other than young adolescent boys would find The Statue amusing, but unlikely. Making a movie about a man obsessed with finding his wife's suspected lover and who has no clue to go on other than a very precise rendering of the suspect's genitals is not the best idea to begin with. In order for this premise to work, the writer and director would need to have an inspired notion ... Read Review
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