Franca and her husband Antonio decide to sell a yellow rug which was a gift of Franca's stepfather. One day, while Antonio is out, a strange man rings saying he wishes to buy the rug. But ...
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A deaf and dumb accountant suffers from a psychic trauma in his childhood. He is collecting puppets and mutilates female bodies in the mortuary. After his secret love died by an accident he starts to kill.
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Anna Maria Ferrero,
Franca and her husband Antonio decide to sell a yellow rug which was a gift of Franca's stepfather. One day, while Antonio is out, a strange man rings saying he wishes to buy the rug. But the man's visit becames a nightmare. He kidnaps Franca and says he killed his wife on that same yellow rug. Then Franca kills the man. But is that really all that has happened? And who was that strange man?Written by
Why is this film not available on DVD? I saw it twice on German TV, many many years ago. And then lost all trace of it. Even in Italy I tried to find it in Video shops. Nobody even knew what I was talking about. So finally I started thinking, well, perhaps I had only imagined the film. But thanks to your website, I realise it all wasn't just a figment of my imagination.
Now for the concrete thing: Is there any way I could buy an Italian copy of this film? Can we ask the producers to provide it in one form or other before it complete disintegrates? That would be a great contribution to keeping cultural works alive.
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