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Release Date:
1 July 2005 (Sweden) See more »
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Two divinely gifted geniuses = a diabolic thriller! [Scandinavian DVD.] See more »
Plot:
A college film student, obsessed with the works of Alfred Hitchcock, investigates a murder committed in the apartment building across from his and suspects that his seductive neighbor hired a girlfriend to commit the deed. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Moody, But Slightly disappointing Hitchcock-Tribute From Argento See more (38 total) »

Cast

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Directed by
Dario Argento 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Dario Argento 
Franco Ferrini 

Produced by
Claudio Argento .... executive producer
Carlo Bixio .... producer
Tommaso Calevi .... line producer
Joan Antoni González .... producer
Miguel Ángel González .... executive producer
Fabrizio Zappi .... producer
 
Original Music by
Pino Donaggio 
 
Cinematography by
Frederic Fasano 
 
Film Editing by
Walter Fasano 
 
Production Design by
Francesca Bocca 
Valentina Ferroni 
 
Costume Design by
Fabio Angelotti 
 
Makeup Department
Mario Audello .... wig maker
Fiorella Novarino .... hair stylist
Rosabella Russo .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Irma Misantoni .... post-production supervisor
Giorgio Turletti .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Guido Foa .... second assistant director
Leopoldo Pescatore .... assistant director
 
Art Department
Maria Castrovilli .... set dresser
Giancarlo Pagani .... property master
Simone Sandretti .... assistant property master
Mario Scarzella .... property master
Andrea Trisolino .... assistant property master
 
Sound Department
Federico Amodio .... sound effects editor
Mick Boggis .... sound mixer
Vladislav Boyadjiev .... sound assistant
Valerio Brini .... assistant sound mixer
Piergiorgio De Luca .... sound effects editor
Mario Giacco .... sound effects
Mirko Guerra .... sound
John Ireland .... adr english director
Sonia Portoghese .... boom operator
Marco Streccioni .... sound engineer
Mario Struglia .... sound assistant
Rikard Strømsodd .... assistant sound
 
Special Effects by
David Bracci .... special effects assistant
Gastone Callori .... special effects
Marco Moneta .... special effects
Barbara Morosetti .... special effects assistant
Silvano Scasseddu .... special effects
Franco Simeone .... special effects
Sergio Stivaletti .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Riccardo Albiero .... digital artist
Marcello Buffa .... visual effects supervisor
Alessandro Canu .... compositor
Simone Fontana .... digital mastering editor
Stefano Villa .... digital supervisor
 
Stunts
David Ambrosi .... stunt coordinator
Diego Guerra .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Gianluca Fava .... assistant camera
Stefano Fois .... grip
Ornella Fontana .... electrician
Marco Massimo Garofalo .... electrician
Giovanni Gebbia .... Steadicam operator
Paolo Mariotti .... grip
Giacomo Marrucci .... assistant camera
Severio Moggio .... key grip
Paolo Monetti .... electrician
Adriano Francesco Necco .... electrician
Martino Pellion di Persano .... assistant camera
Antonio Petracca .... grip
Antonio Roppolo .... gaffer
Franco Vitale .... still photographer
 
Casting Department
Esther Cases .... casting
Lorella Chiapatti .... casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lucia Facchino .... wardrobe
Viola Verra .... assistant costumer
 
Editorial Department
Rino Carlucci .... telecine operator
Roberto Cesareo .... colorist
Pasquale Cuzzupoli .... color supervisor
Claudio Misantoni .... assistant editor
Irma Misantoni .... assistant editor
Irma Misantoni .... post-production coordinator
 
Other crew
Carla Alonzo .... production secretary
Nilo Argento .... production secretary
Marcello Colaciello .... groupman
Alessandro Colopi .... assistant production secretary
Anna Marta Corio .... assistant production secretary
Danilo Goglio .... assistant production secretary
Laura Greco .... production secretary
Daniele Morini .... assistant production secretary
Patrizia Pierucci .... production administrator
Cristiano Sebastianelli .... payroll
Fernanda Selvaggi .... script supervisor
Cristiano Sergioli .... groupman
Lynn Swanson .... dialogue coach
Erika Taloni .... production accountant
Andrea Tavani .... production secretary
Cristina Vecchio .... assistant production secretary
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Ti piace Hitchcock?" - Italy (original title)
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Runtime:
93 min (25 fps)
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Aside from Strangers on a Train (1951) and _Dial M for Murder (1954)_, there are several references to Hitchcock films in this movie: the attempt to murder Giulio in the shower is a reference to the famous scene from Psycho (1960), the protagonist's broken leg and window-peeping are a reference to Rear Window (1954), and the scene on the roof is very similar to the ending of Vertigo (1958).See more »
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References Bamboozled (2000)See more »

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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Moody, But Slightly disappointing Hitchcock-Tribute From Argento, 26 December 2007
Author: Bensch from Salzburg, Austria

I had pretty high expectations from this movie as it is a tribute from the great Dario Argento to the great Alfred Hitchcock.Dario Argento is one of the living directors i have the greatest respect for, and one of my personal favorite directors of all-time, and there is probably no true cineaste around to doubt that Alfred Hitchcock is one of THE most influential and greatest directors in the history of motion pictures.

That being said, I was slightly disappointed with "Ti Piace Hitchcock?" aka "Do You Like Hitchcock?" of 2005. Not because it's not nearly as gory and brutal as Argento's ultra-violent masterpieces from the 70s and 80s - I expected it to be mild for Argento standards, since it's a made-for-TV tribute from a genius director, Dario Argento, to another genius director, Alfred Hitchcock, and this doesn't call for the extreme violence of films like Suspiria or Opera. What I did expect, however, was the suspense, that Argento usually delivers, and I was therefore a bit disappointed, as I found all the parts of the movie that were meant to surprise way too predictable. There is a lot of tension, and the movie highly entertains, no doubt about that but the plot-twists are quite lame and it is simply not nearly as suspenseful as we're used to from Argento, especially after he delivered another great and highly suspenseful Giallo, "Non Ho Sonno" aka "Sleepless" in 2001.

The performances are great, Elio Germano delivers a solid leading performances and all three leading actresses - Elisabetta Roncchetti, Christina Brondo and Chiara Conti are both sexy and excellent in their roles, especially Roncchetti is drop-dead gorgeous and delivers a great performance in a great femme-fatale role. The score by Pino Donaggio is very good, but then again it is not nearly as brilliant as the scores by Progressive Rock band Goblin and their genius keyboard-player/composer Claudio Simonetti.

Over-all, the movie delivers suspense, atmosphere and good entertainment. It is just not very good for what it is (or could have been), a Hitchcock-tribute from Argento. Argento fans like myself run risk of being a little disappointed, but it is definitely worth the time.

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