Cult film director Donald Cammell, co-wrote this story with Brando in 1978. Cammell had known Brando since the 1960s and originally tried to model an early version of the film Performance around his involvement. San-Tan began as a film script Brando but lost interest. Cammell having done so much historical research, developed the story into a novel, but again nothing from Brando….. It was posthumously published in 2005.
“While serving time in a Hong King prison in 1927, Anatole Doultry saves the life of a Chinese prisoner whose employer is Madame Lai Choi San, a beautiful and powerful Asian gangster who will make him wealthy if he will join her in an act of piracy.”
William Heinemann, 2005. Condition EX : no markings.
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