"Plot of Fear" is from 1976 and is directed by Paolo Cavara. It was not distributed well upon release is virtually unknown until this RaroVideo release with a lot of extras. Included in the cast are Tom Skerritt and Eli Wallach (once again so incredible) although the top billed stars are Corinne Clery and Michele Placido. Clery clearly tries to duplicate her success from "The Story of O" (which I hope to never see again) and Placido is a great anti-hero police inspector. The mystery is very complex and demands several viewings, although it is acceptable merely as a late-period giallo, but Cavara and co-writers Bernardino Zapponi and Enrico Oldoini tried for something more. It is so well done, I did not want to see it end. The special features include interviews and the HD transfer which is digitally restored. Highly recommended. Color. It is supposed to be bad luck to have the word "fear" in a title, but as according to an interview on the disc, the movie never got it's just desserts as it supposedly went by an even more lurid title upon release. What has superstition ever brought us?