The film is adapted from the novel series Mortdecai specifically its first installment Don't Point that Thing at Me written by Kyril Bonfiglioli. Lord Charlie Mortdecai, an unscrupulous art dealer and swindler, is accosted in Hong Kong by one of his victims, a gangster named Fang. Jock, Mortdecai's faithful manservant, extricates his master before they can be killed by Fang's gunmen. They return to London, where Mortdecai and his wife, Johanna, consider ways to pay off their crushing debt to the UK taxman. A painting by Francisco Goya becomes the target of an elaborate theft which results in the murders of an art restorer and one of the thieves.
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This story is fictional. Its sole purpose is for the adult entertainment of the readers. Reading further signifies your understanding and acceptance of the material hereinafter, and the author assumes no responsibility for your repression. Portions of this story may be true, portions may not; you figure it out. John Derek was looking for a new movie for his beautiful young wife, the ravishing Bo Derek. He needed something to show off her beautiful body to the world once more. And a fair share of the woman population as well, I would suspect.