Les Trottoirs de Bangkok  

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Les Trottoirs de Bangkok (English title: The Sidewalks of Bangkok) is a 1984 film directed by Jean Rollin. The film was inspired by the 1932 Boris Karloff classic The Mask of Fu Manchu.

In contrast to Rollin's usual themes of vampires, dream-like atmosphere and crumbling châteaus, Les Trottoirs des Bangkok mixes themes of adventure, crime and mystery with comic book dialogue, while still featuring naked women and sex, which his films were known for.



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