When the British Governor of a far-flung Asian colony is brutally murdered by terrorists, Embassy Secretary Nash (John Hurt) is sent up country into the rubber plantations. His mission is to discover whether or not brutal plantation owner Harry Rawlins (Jeremy Kemp) is causing the natives to rebel. Instead, Nash meets the seriously disturbed young society beauty Eve Proudfoot (Judi Bowker) - and embarks on a torrid affair with her while her husband is away. When Rawlins discovers their secret, blackmail and murder follow...
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East of Elephant Rock is a Somerset Maugham classic story presented from another point of view. It concentrates on the lover played very well by John Hurt even with frontal nudity. However, the director meanders through the scenery, quite beautiful as a matter of fact, and the acting is uneven. This is a nice title.