It’s a show for the actors – and Andress gets plenty of time to shine. . . . She was the highlight of the film for Pauline Kael, who said she, “comes across as a witty deadpan comedienne. With her face and figure, the addition of technique makes her dazzling — she’s seductive and funny, like the larcenous Dietrich of Desire…” Though I can’t quite go that far, Andress is deliciously funny throughout.
R. Emmet Sweeney
April 11, 2017