Wealthy businessman Giorgio Mainardi has died of a stomach hemorrhage, but his ghost is not so sure that it was a random misfortune and wants to know the truth. Unfortunately, almost everyone around him is happy to see him gone. Everyone, that is, except for his daughter Rosy, who still feels affection for her father even though they have drifted apart. With her medical student boyfriend, Johnathan, Rosy will try to get to the bottom of her father's death. Written by
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The closing title card reads: "this film is dedicated to my few real friends, in particular to Clive Barker and Claudio Carabba." - Lucio Fulci. See more
Referenced in Limestone Burning