A serial killer, called the Iguana, is terrorizing Bologna. He is able to change continuously identity. Grazia is investigating trying to find out the truth about the Iguana. Only a blind boy obsessioned by Almost Blue, a jazz song, could help her. —IMDb
Not necessarily ground-breaking, but a satisfying, stylish neo-giallo. He cribs shots and techniques from the giallo golden age (blind man being "ear witness" to the murder; childhood, familial trauma driving the logic of the story; distinctive soundtrack; etc.) without becoming derivative or one-trick. Heavier on the police procedural than most gialli, but that just infuses it with hints of other, more contemporary
thrillers (I was reminded of things like *Hannibal* as I watched). Prefer it to something like *Eyes of Crystal* in its overall execution and entertainment value. The sustained, 360-degree shot that ends the film and briefly breaks the fourth wall by revealing the crew is also a nice touch.