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You'll Die at Midnight (1986)

Morirai a mezzanotte (original title)
A man becomes aware that his wife has been having an affair resulting in a violent argument. Shortly afterward she is murdered and he becomes the chief suspect.

Director:

Lamberto Bava (as John Old Jr.)

Writers:

Lamberto Bava (screenplay) (as John Old Jr.), Dardano Sacchetti (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Valeria D'Obici Valeria D'Obici ... Anna Berardi
Leonardo Treviglio Leonardo Treviglio ... Nicola Levi
Paolo Malco ... Inspector Piero Terzi
Lara Wendel ... Carol Terzi
Lea Martino Lea Martino ... Gioia
Eliana Miglio ... Monica (as Eliana Hoppe)
Barbara Scoppa Barbara Scoppa ... Sara Levi
Massimiliano Baratta Massimiliano Baratta ... (as Massimo Baratta)
Loredana Romito Loredana Romito ... Nurse
Dino Conti Dino Conti ... Terzi's Assistant
Marcello Modugno Marcello Modugno ... Alberto
Loredana Guerra Loredana Guerra ... Lingerie Saleslady
Giampaolo Saccarola Giampaolo Saccarola ... Theater Watchman (as Gianpaolo Saccarola)
Peter Pitsch Peter Pitsch ... Franco Tribbo
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A man becomes aware that his wife has been having an affair resulting in a violent argument. Shortly afterward she is murdered and he becomes the chief suspect.

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Goofs

Carol is scared by her own reflection in the mirror, but in the next shot of the mirror her reflection isn't visible when she runs past it, nor is the reflection same as the one in previous shot. See more »

Connections

Referenced in The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs: Demons (2018) See more »

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Baby Doll
Performed by Kasso
Written by Claudio Simonetti
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Satisfactory thriller
29 January 2021 | by unbrokenmetalSee all my reviews

"Morirai a mezzanotte" begins with a husband suspected to have murdered his wife, but when more victims die, it becomes obvious that there is a serial killer at work. As the inspector continues his investigation, he realises that his daughter is also on the list of targets...

A good thriller by Lamberto Bava, with fine craftsmanship such as the camera work in the museum, or the script's clever introduction of more suspects. Maybe not on the same level as some 70s giallo classics, but well done and worth watching.


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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

3 May 1986 (Italy) See more »

Also Known As:

Carol Will Die at Midnight See more »

Filming Locations:

Ascoli Piceno, Marche, Italy

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Production Co:

Dania Film, Reteitalia See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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