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Pier Paolo Capponi,
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Enzo G. Castellari
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Gian Maria Volonté,
Eerie Italian Made Thriller - Ending packs quite a punch!
As a long time fan of Actor Keir Dullea, this is one of his films that I thought I'd never see. I don't believe it was ever released in the U.S., and this Italian language film was never shown on American television.
I was delighted to find that this movie is now available on VHS or DVD, by a company called "Video Search of Miami". Quality of the DVD I received was only OK, but I was still pleased to add this film to my Keir Dullea collection.
"Devil in the Brain" is a tense Italian-made thriller directed by Sergio Solima; starring Tino Buazzelli Keir Dullea Stefania Sandrelli and Maurice Ronet; a young boy saw the killer but a shock-induced trauma keeps him from remembering the details-- however the killer doesn't feel safe.
The original Italian title was "IL DIAVOLO NEL CERVELLO". Beautiful score by Ennio Morricone.
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