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Death Will Have Your Eyes

2.6 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

Louisa (Marisa Mell) is a young and attractive woman who wants to make a living for herself in Rome, but soon falls prey to some very shady characters that force her into prostitution.
While struggling to keep herself afloat, she meets a fascinating doctor (Farley Granger) who is also a would-be poet. However, Louisa doesn't really love him, and falls for another man. When she gets involved in a murder, blackmail and violence ensue until the shocking final revelation.

Death Will Have Your Eyes is one of the most obscure Italian
giallo films ever made. Graced by the otherworldly presence of Marisa
Mell (Danger: Diabolik), the film features a haunting score by
maestro Stelvio Cipriani. With a dream cast that comprises Luciano Pigozzi (aka Alan Collins, an Anthony M. Dawson stalwart), Helga Liné (Killing of the Dolls), Mircha Carven
(Captive Women II: Orgies of the Damned) and Riccardo Salvino
(Emanuelle in America), Death Will Have Your Eyes is an obscure find that will satisfy even the most rabid giallo fans!

Special Features

None.

Product Details

  • Actors: Marisa Mell, Farley Granger, Fransisco Rabal, Helga Line, Riccardo Salvino
  • Directors: Giovanni D'Eramo
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: Italian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    Unrated
    Not Rated
  • Studio: Mya Communication
  • DVD Release Date: October 18, 2011
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004GB5BXK
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #225,103 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

By RTZ on November 21, 2011
From now on i will be really carefull before ordering a MYA DVD as this one truly suck. I can live with the audio but the picture quality looks like a really really bad VHS transfer and is probably cropped to.
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I only give this two stars because of Marisa Mell otherwise it would only get one. The film itself is not a giallo despite claims to the contrary. Worst of all is the quality of the transfer. It looks like it was made off of a VHS dupe. Terrible! MYA should be ashamed of themselves for even releasing this. To add insult to injury, the trailer on the DVD has better color and is English language, which is obviously how the film was shot. The movie itself is in Italian with English subtitles.
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I finally viewed a copy of Mya Communications DVD release of Director Giovanni D'Eramo's 'DEATH WILL HAVE YOUR EYE'S' aka 'LA MOGLIE GIOVANE'- 1974. I was putting it off because of the negative reviews on the quality of the film's presentation and ,Yes , it is pretty shoddy. The film is a tragic series of events in the life of Louisa played brilliantly by actress Marisa Mell and its inevitable aftermath . Having come from poverty and finally settling in a profitable city, she meets up with Yvonne played with minxish aplomb by gorgeous Helga Line who shows her the ropes and gets her a job in a hotel. Both look for La Dolce Vita as Yvonne falls for a lover half her age and Louisa goes for the big bucks in surgeon Armando played blandishly by American actor Farley Granger. They marry and soon the ennui settles as Louisa can't handle the posh parties and classical concerts thrown at her. Complaining to Yvonne about the good life that she desperately wanted, she decides to have an affair with Armando's surgeon buddy, Stefano and then the films heat starts boiling. She decides to do away with Armando but she doesn't count on a voyeur played menacingly by Francisco Rabal witnessing the murder. Rabal naturally sets the blackmailing wheels in motion and now Luisa has to settle this score as well right up to the films tragic conclusion. The title of the film derives from a poem which is played during the movie that actor Granger uses to meditate? by. The copy of the film seems to be derived from a splicy, warbled VHS print and the only asset is its Italian mono soundtrack which is crystal clear so you can appreciate the music score by Stelvio Cipriani which emerges as one of his best. The tragedy is you can't appreciate the photography by Francisco Sempere and although the print is in 1.Read more ›
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Luisa has messed her life up. Most of the film has her confronting her blackmailer inside her recent deceased's husband mansion with her boyfriend hanging about. Very boring stuff. Poor DVD transfer.

The only interesting thing about the film was the that Luisa commented the Rolls Royce electric clock made no noise. At one time Rolls advertised that the loudest thing in the car was its electric clock. Lincoln made a car with a quiet clock and advertised their car was quieter than a Rolls Royce. Rolls changed their clock and came out with an unprecedented ad claiming "We fixed the Clock."

Guide: F-bomb, sex, nudity. Attempted rape.
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It is an interesting film and Melissa Mell is always watchable. The story line was good. Well worth the cost of buying it.
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