[export title “The Labyrinth Of Love”, also known as “Eleven Days Eleven Nights: The Labyrinth Of Love” and “Eleven Days Eleven Nights Part 6: The Labyrinth Of Love”; released on French DVD as “La Maîtresse De Saigon”]
Director “Joe D'Amato”/Aristide Massacessi Writer Leslie Wong Executive Producer Tony Bennett Music Piero Montanari Cinematography “Federico Slonisko”/Aristide Massacessi Editor Kathleen Stratton Casting Maning Sta. Maria Production Design Jojo Magno Costume Design Noel Ribaya Makeup Mabel Gilardi Production Supervisor Allen Curtney Production Manager John Smith First Assistant Director Teddy “Chu”/Chiu Second Assistant Director John Wood Property Master Clifton Peak Sound Supervisor Lucy Edwards Supervising Sound Effects Benny Goodman Boom Man Michael Kwang Dialogue Editor Charlie White Sound Edward Yen Gaffer Henry Armstrong Key Grip Joe Brenner Stills Martha Harris First Assistant Camera Dan Robertson Second Assistant Camera Chen Kaige Grips Su Ming Ming, Chang Yi Best Boy Sam Partland Electricians Li Pei, Cheng Wen Camera Operator Jim Scory Wardrobe Assistant Ann Trainor Assistant Editor Loretta Yung Transportation Captain Cheng Kung Transportation Coordinator Roger Schmalberg Production Assistants Gary Green, Ruth Cheng Production Secretary Paula Gonzales Production Coordinator Glenn Newman Script Supervisor Jenny O'Keeffe Location Manager Xiao Qin Pan Production Accountant Sylvia Ring
Cast Monica Seller (Valérie), Steven Rogers, Lora Luna, Mike Monty, Muriel Lim, Ricky Jonez, Liezl Santos
Synopsis: "Valerie, a maid of French descent (Monica Seller), comes to work for a family in Saigon of the 1930s/40s. One by one, she seduces the members of the family: the dame de la maison, the widower, young gay sonny with his friend from university, and grandpa."