The Tiffany Memorandum, 1967… If you ignore the trainwreck-scene, the film is highly rewarding… with girls and fists and plot-twists. Ken Clark is magnificent as a ‘journalist’ (I was never convinced he wasn’t an agent till the end, maybe) on the trail of plotters involved in a shady El Salvadorian oil-ring, in France and Germany. Equally magnificent is Irina Demick, as the mysterious woman helping Clark… when she’s not setting-him-up. The film flows nicely and it’s not dark, even though most of it is filmed at night and in barely-lit rooms. The trainwreck was merely a cut to 2 model-trains colliding. Director Sergio Grieco (as Terrence Hathaway) should be ashamed of himself. My fave odd scene was in a German nightclub, whose floorshow was simply a masked woman who made ‘volunteers’ vanish inside a trunk. Of course, Clark vanishes… and when the trunk is finally opened, the masked woman is dead inside. I’d also rate the film as 7.5-out-of-10.