The Treasure of Four Crowns
An absolutely brilliant film, maligned by the critics, who ever heard of it? Robert Browning: “Ten men love what I hate, / Shun what I follow, slight what I receive; / Ten, who in ears and eyes / Match me: we all surmise, / They this thing, I that: whom shall my soul believe?”
It takes advantage of Maté’s work in Second Chance, the isolated image in the air. Geometric laser lights guard the prize, tracked by the camera and viewed through a special lens by a player.
The ending cites La Dolce Vita’s beginning or Thunderball’s end.