Ana is confronted to Body and Desire at three key moments of her life. Her carnal search that sways between reality and colored fantasies is becoming more and more oppressive. Where will this chaotic and carnivorous journey leave her? —Transilvania International Film Festival
A joy as much as it is a chore. Stunning in its ability to float about amusingly. Revolting in how little it accomplishes. Giallo influences however do not make a giallo. I doubt that was their intent but one feels a bit let down and wondering why if it had no intention of following through with his references. On its own, functional.
Just as All Saints Day follows Halloween, so, too, does Claude Chabrol's quiet and gentle final film follow a raucous batch of scary stuff;
"Austin's most prolific fraternal pairing, the Zellner Bros, are men of many accents," writes Kimberley Jones, introducing her brief interview