Right after she moves in with him, Frederico's new girlfriend Francesca sends him back to her former boyfriend's apartment to fetch her something she forgot - but he's surprised to find him...
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An unknown Polish writer can't publish his novels, so his ex-wife decides to help him and get some of the profit for herself. She finally finds a publisher, but there's a strange single condition that could cost the writer his life.
Right after she moves in with him, Frederico's new girlfriend Francesca sends him back to her former boyfriend's apartment to fetch her something she forgot - but he's surprised to find him lying there - dead. Assuming that Francesca killed him and sent him for cleaning up, he cuts him up in pieces, puts him in a suitcase and tries to get rid of it... but he has a hard time finding a suitably quiet place. Unfortunately there's a witness, who comes back on him. One thing leads to another, and the normally shy and overly fearful Frederico has to rid himself of more and more corpses until this black comedy ends.Written by
Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>
Towards the end of the movie, while Federico and Francesca are leaving Zardo's house, the plate of a Dylan Dog comic book can be seen on the wall. Dylan Dog character was created by the writer of the movie, Tiziano Sclavi, in 1986. See more »
This is for all of you, who are deeply in love with Italian movies.It´s produced by Dario Argento´s brother Claudio and it´s written by Tiziano Sclavi (Dellamorte Dellamore aka Cemetery Man). I would describe it as an Italian "Into The Night", but more grotesque and with a final twist, which makes you want to watch the movie again from the beginning. What more can you ask for? So, don´t be silly. Watch it!!!
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