During an occult ceremony in an old house, a young handsome man seduces Adriano. They spend the night together and make an appointment, but the young man does not come. The next day, Adriana finds out that her lover was killed. Police inspectors also report to the shocked Adriana that the deceased photographed her naked during sleep. Wanting to figure out what is happening, Adriana decides to conduct her investigation.
If you're willing to suspend your disbelief for a moment, you'll love this film
In theatre, they call it "suspending disbelief". That is an art of the audience of which many Americans have lost their talent. The Europeans, less so. If you are willing to suspend your disbelief; to play in the world of possibility, of love, of romance, of momentary insanity, and redemptive goodness, then this film is for you.
No, it doesn't hand you the answers on a silver platter, but what fun is knowing the certainty when the unknown, the mystery, is so rich in possibility?
For those willing and able to play, to be compassionate to, in brief, be a little more European, this film will please you in every aspect of the word.
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