A newspaper reporter and a retired, blind journalist try to solve a series of killings connected to a pharmaceutical company's experimental, top-secret research projects and in so doing, both become targets of the killer.
A middle-aged and slightly conservative businessman meets a band of rowdy youths and is smitten by one named Francesca. He is pursuaded to join their party and even pay for most of it, as ... See full summary »
26 year old Silvia has it all, but is still discontent, and daydreams about BDSM sex. When her husband is away on a business trip, she goes to a castle outside Rome to work as a secretary. Here she is turned into a slave.
I saw this film at the French Cinemathèque as part of a Lou Castel hommage, but was a bit disappointed by what first looked like sexy stuff from Italian exploitation movies. In fact, it is a very talkative and somewhat dull love triangle between a man, his wife and his best friend. Nothing much happens, except long talks in the man's bedroom, plus some additional scenes in a party where women play the guitar one after another. It could somehow relate to incommunicability as seen in Antonioni's movies, but really, that would be pushing it a little too far.
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