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Adolfo Celi (THUNDERBALL, DANGER: DIABOLIK) and Anita Strindberg (THE ANTICHRIST, THE EROTICIST) co-star in this disturbing giallo directed by Aldo Lado (NIGHT TRAIN MURDERS, SHORT NIGHT OF GLASS DOLLS) and featuring a remarkable score by Ennio Morricone (THE BIRD WITH THE CRYSTAL PLUMAGE).
Shouldn't we be encouraged to sympathize, considering what's happened to them?
Although it's often a run-of-the-mill formula type film, there are enough stylistic touches, a good score, and interesting locations to keep your interest.
That careless and sloppy section of the plot probably discoloured the rest of the movie for me, and things didn't improve much.
This is a good giallo mystery movie from 1972.
There are alot of others from this period which haven't even been released yet and this one has had two releases! Read more
Finally saw this one for the first time the other night. Not a bad movie but not a great one. Lots of distractions. For one, poor George Lazenby looks ill. Read more
This giallo is quite highly regarded and I was expecting something of treat, but it tuurned out to be a bit of a muddled mess in my opinion, and I found it confusing and... Read morePublished on July 11, 2006 by A. Griffiths
It was a beautiful day indeed when Anchor Bay released a box set of four classic Italian gialli films. Read morePublished on December 23, 2004 by Jeffrey Leach
In this engaging giallo directed by Aldo Lado, George Lazenby plays Franco Serpieri, a well-known Venetian sculptor. Read morePublished on February 15, 2004 by ACS