Mystery and psychological thriller, not a giallo even if the colour yellow plays a significant role in the film. Now director Luigi Bazzoni got the most out of the Turkish locations and of his leading lady, Florinda Bolkan. Skip them and there's nothing left here. Absolutely nothing except for a 45 seconds Klaus Kinski appearance. Recommended.
curious lil genre-mongrel of a sci-fi thriller concerned with tropes of time, memory, consciousness, place, identity, intuition - to be filed alongside marker, resnais, robbe-grillet, tarkovsky, etc - truly wonderful hidden gem of a film
A proper review is forthcoming in the service of this most recondite, most perturbing celluloidal peregrination. This is science fiction par excellence, where astral projections of the mind are either indeterminate phantasms or the electromagnetic impedimenta of emotion. What troubles is not what is known, but what sort of topography persists unseen like so much dark matter. Hic sunt dracones...
This isn't really a giallo even though it is often lumped in with them. It's actually much more complex and has a wonderful performance from Florinda Bolkan. The film doesn't make a lot of sense, but I enjoyed the weird atmosphere.