A love triangle develops between three people who run a high-tech chicken farm. It involves Anna (who owns the farm), her husband Marco (who seemingly kills prostitutes in his spare time) and Gabriella (the beautiful secretary). – IMDb
Giulio Questi (born 18 March 1924 in Bergamo) is an Italian film director and screenwriter. Questi wrote short stories and filmed several documentaries before he started as assistant director and script writer in the movie business. He is best known for the film Django Kill! (If You Live Shoot!). —Wikipedia
Finally, after all these years, I've seen this! A link to a review here - http://mubi.com/lists/cinema-of-the-abstract
Arty giallo goodness. Some of the early pop-art editing recalls another Trintignant/Aulin giallo, Tinto Brass' *Deadly Sweet* (from the previous year) and generally adds a layer of style and elliptical editing often missing from other examples of the genre. The intersections, in the characters, of their various sexual hangups and the film's obsessive preoccupation with all things chicken
I kinda enjoyed watching this rare giallo flick. It's slightly worse than "Una sull'altra", but better than "L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo"... let's say. It has tight narration and great moments when we're hit with fast editing serving main character's memories on a plate. Definitely recommended!
Two Italian metaphysical thrillers blur reality and fantasy and waft around the edges of the giallo style.
Sometimes I wonder whether I'm prone to psychic flashes, or if I just have a selectively superb memory of whose powers I'm somehow unaware