An offbeat, sexy giallo mystery from director Lucio Fulci. It is slow in spots; but its dripping with style, late-60s Euro-excess (even though it was shot in San Francisco), and satisfying plot-twists - all set to a great jazz score by Riz Ortalani. A strong entry to the genre for fans of Italian exploitation.
**1/2. Good Lucio Fulci film of the end of the 60's. It's an erotic mystery thriller with the Fulci mark that is a decomposed woman's face at the morgue. The other women, Elsa Martinelli and Marisa Mell, thanks Heaven!, are in good health. Recommended to fans of the genre!
One of the most facinating giallo movies ever made. In my opinion it makes first 10 without any effort. It's like watchig Godard going B-movie! Very interesting screenplay, which bumps unfortunately after an hour within a movie, but it's still goddamn sweet and sexy considering acting and beautiful cinematography.
A pleasant surprise from Lucio Fulci from his giallo days. This is a nice sexy spin on Hitchcock's "Vertigo" without being either a copycat or a recycled product. Newscast ending is anti-climatic and could have been done more satisfactory though and ruin a most atmospheric and satisfying movie with sexy moments.