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Story and script by Renato Polselli and it would have been best for all concerned if he had also directed. Francesco Degli Espinosa may have a grand name but his directorial skills are somewhat lacking. Could be the fault is with the script but despite the presence of the lovely Erika Blanc, this just seems to get sillier and sillier. In the end with its whole series of twists and turns we begin to see why there was that silliness and why this one, but really. Not helped by the ghostly visions that appear as if a third person has entered the bedroom but there again if you knew at the start the preposterous ending all would appear much clearer but of course then there would have been no story and no film. Anyone care? Actually the multiple 'endings' do salvage this and there was a smile on my face as the credits rolled, so I guess thats salvaged it then.
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