A young girl rescues a man from a suicide attempt. He turns out to be a sociopath, who begins to take over her life, abusing her both verbally and emotionally, yet she can't seem to tear herself away from him.
Convinced that her father's death was not accidental, a beautiful girl decides to investigate to find out the truth, aided by her boyfriend. Her sleuthing draws her to a local mortuary, where many secrets will be revealed.
Mary Beth McDonough,
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Eric Jeffrey Haims
I've grown a bit too familiar with Fulci's most famous gore films, but I am still very much interested in the man himself. Whenever I'm in a Fulci state of mind, I put this interview compilation on. Chatty entries from Venantino Vanantini and Farbrizio Jovine are worth the DVD price alone, while Hal Yamanuchi and Massimo Vanni barely muster a word. Paolo Malco seems genuinely saddened by the director's untimely departure. Cosimo Cinieri's screen presence is amazing, considering it's just an interview he's in and not a film. Carla Cassola goes on and on painfully. It's amazing to finally hear Al Cliver's real voice(doesn't sound like Nick Alexander at all!). Shockingly, Malisa Longo seems to look even more attractive than she did in either of two Fulci's films she's been in 30 years previously (ah, those Italian actresses!) Looking forward to second part.
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