In London, Carol Hammond lives in a fancy building with her husband Frank Hammond and her stepdaughter Joan Hammond. Carol is the beloved daughter of the wealthy and prominent lawyer and politician Edmond Brighton and Frank is his partner in his office and has a love affair with Deborah. Carol's next door neighbor Julia Durer is a depraved woman that promotes parties with drugs and orgies. Carol has psychoanalyze sessions with Dr. Kerr and is intrigued with a nightmare where she stabs Julia to death three times with a couple watching the murder. When Julia is found dead in her apartment, the efficient Inspector Corvin and his partner Sgt. Brandon are assigned to investigate. All the evidences point out to Carol, but was a dream or reality?
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
WARNING! Not Recommended Viewing for Persons with Schizophrenic Tendencies!
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Did You Know?
plays a lawyer in the film. Before becoming an actor, Genn was a practicing barrister, and was a prosecutor in the Belsen war crimes trial. See more
Despite being credited in advertising, Anita Strindberg
doesn't receive an onscreen credit in the film itself. See more
What do you expect us to do with all that acid inside us, huh?
We were filled with acid from our heads to our toes. And you know something? Under the effect of acid, I look at you here and all I see is a red blob. Or a galloping horse.
You don't remember anything at all about that night?
Yeah, I remember. Yes, I remember, seeing that night, a lizard - in a woman's skin.
No, beautiful. Just beautiful.
The American version released in 1973 (as Schizoid) was actually seven minutes longer than the current Italian print of that time. AIP restored some self-censored erotic footage (mostly in the orgy and dream sequences) and marketed the film to the swinging Euro/trash/nudity enthusiasts of the era. See more
References The Birds