Sandro, a detective, finds his wife strangled. His girl-friend Tiffany, who works as photographer, makes a "Blow up" from a photo, what Sandro finds beside the victim. Sandro and Tiffany ...
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Based on the story of Franca Viola and Filippo Melodia. In Sicily, as a Mafia boss leaves for prison, he advises Vito, a young man who's his potential successor, to marry a virtuous and ... See full summary »
Sandro, a detective, finds his wife strangled. His girl-friend Tiffany, who works as photographer, makes a "Blow up" from a photo, what Sandro finds beside the victim. Sandro and Tiffany are looking for the woman on the photo, Laura. They finds her in a Night Club in Rome... Written by
Here's something odd: IMDb has recorded an impressive 81 votes for this film, yielding it a 5.2 score, yet I'm the first person to write a review for it. I'm amazed that that many folks have actually seen this obscure mystery, but I'm less surprised about the lack of commentary: this is a truly boring film, with very little to recommend it. Granite jawed Frederick Stafford plays a police detective whose wife is strangled in flagrante delicto. Assigned to investigate the murder, he stumbles across a blackmail plot. There are a few dull sex scenes where the ladies take off their tops, a little bit of violence, and a whoole lot of talk. Technically, the film is shot with a distinct lack of imagination, and even the title song and score aren't particularly good. This Eurotrash entry is one big Eurosnooze.
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