Tuesday, 3 November 2015

4 mosche di velluto grigio (1971)

A musician is stalked by an unknown killer who's blackmailing him for an accidential killing of another stalker.

Early Dario Argento giallo that already reveals the director's trademarks:  atmosphere and style get preference over the logic of a convincing plot, imaginative set pieces, suspenseful and blood-curdling sequences, a pop soundtrack slightly off-kilter to the ongoings on screen - and everything highly entertaining.

Maltin**: "Unabsorbing psychological murder-mystery with performers who walk through their roles in a very disinterested fashion."

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