Contributed by: steve alsberg
The film was made because Colgate-Stone (the Producer) who was a capitol equipment leassor (fleets of planes,ships,etc.) had made a large amount of money on a deal in Denmark and the Danish government required him to spend a portion of his gains in Denmark. He knew James Clark, the Writer/Director, socially and Stone asked if he (Clark) had a script that could be adapted to use Denmark as a location, Clark said he did, and the rest is history. Myself and my partner did the set construction for the picture including 6 weeks in Copenhagen. A bad film, but a great time!