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The Swiss Conspiracy Reviews

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May 7, 2015
The intriguing world of numbered Swiss bank accounts is revealed in this action thriller. Billed correctly as 'Another Command Performance' from VCI Video, keeps you guessing right until the thrilling conclusion.
½ June 9, 2014
Blackmail among the wealthy secret clients of a Swiss bank leads to several murders. Bank management seems more concerned about the firm's reputation than the well being of their clients. Probably not far off the truth.
May 26, 2014
another good caper pic
November 7, 2013
a masterpiece, an underrated classic, David Janssen is excellent. The scenery is beautiful, love the progressive rock, synth score of "Passport"
January 28, 2010
A bank hiest in the Swiss Alps, basically.
Yet, not your average hiest, though. Has a few odd twists and turns,
so not your average bank robbery film, at all.

Senta Berger is extemely beautiful, and the rest of the cast hold thier own,
though the story could have had a bit more action it it. HAHA.
It's a good film to watch, on a Sunday, or middle of week.

July 28, 2009
Looked like it would be good from the beginning but the sound was soo far off it was too annoying to watch when you only heard people talking after their mouths had stopped moving.
Super Reviewer
½ December 31, 2008
This is a fun little caper, albeit a pretty dated one. The scenery and music are great.
½ May 5, 2008
Surprisingly bland thriller, some good Swiss location filming helps, but it seems to go out of it's way to keep the viewer uninvolved. Cold and has no heart. A few good action scenes.
½ February 12, 2008
Not really that thrilling or well paced though this 1970s actioner has plenty of Swiss location filming and ‘Remember that person?’ moments. Fugitive Janssen is looking much older, Berger is looking sexy, and both drive around Zürich in their Ferrari Daytonas. Ray Milland has a bit-part as a bank chairman, Elke Sommer is the girlfriend of a bank VP, and John Saxon is a hood who’s none too happy that Janssen is on the case. Plot is largely weak and production values so-so but thanks to its cast it doesn’t quite sink into B-movie territory.
½ August 19, 2007
Not really that bad, just never very interesting to me.
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