Power Play (1978 film)
|Directed by||Martyn Burke |
|Produced by||Bob Cooper (IV)
Ronald I. Cohen
Christopher Dalton 
|Written by||Edward N. Luttwak
Martyn Burke 
|Music by||Ken Thorne|
|Edited by||John Victor-Smith|
|Distributed by||Rank Film Distributors Ltd |
A small group of military officers frustrated by the corruption of a fictional contemporary European government decide that they must overthrow the current administration. But the coup's leader worries that there is a spy in their group.
A UK-Canada co-production filmed in Canada and West Germany, Power Play includes scenes shot at the University of Toronto's University College quadrangle and hallways. Portions were also filmed at Canadian Forces Base Downsview, in Toronto.
The flag of the film's unnamed republic, "a generic country with no specific geography or culture" was green, yellow and black.
- "Power Play (1978)". movies.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2006-09-05.
- Power Play at the Internet Movie Database
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