The Treadmill is a two hundred year-old public house located a few miles from Maidenhead on three acres of ground on the Thames. It was purchased by Willie Garvin following the breakup of The Network.
Behind The Treadmill is a long brick building where Modesty Blaise and Willie work out.
Singapore Sling: The Man Who Loved a Corpse is a 1990 Greek black and white horror underground art film directed by Nikos Nikolaidis and regarded as his magnum opus. Considered a difficult film to label while still managing to develop something of a cult following throughout the years nonetheless, it was shot in a bizarre manner somewhat resembling film noir or neo-noir and black comedy as well as the exploitation, thriller, and crime genres mixed with some elements of eroticism and horror with sex being used as a power game and received a theatrical release in Greece on 6 December 1990.
Mein Kinotagebuch in Trailerform,
die Münchner Kinos,
Kinosterben in München,
jedes Jahr die (ungefähr) 10 besten Filme.