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Dario Argento Italya, 1975
Each of Deep Red’s compositions reveals new meanings upon each viewing—and so it’s no wonder that yards of essays have been written trying to get to the center of this film.
April 12, 2018
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As such a leading work in the genre, Deep Red similarly exudes an exemplary sense of deliberate pacing, creating a far more methodical atmospheric unease than The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears’ blazing bombardment. In combination with its single images of fright (a walking, squawking automaton is particularly disconcerting), Argento masterfully crafts what Zapponi calls an "evil discomfort.
February 26, 2017
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A breakthrough picture for Argento. His prior films were stylized giallos with enticing titles but they were, to a certain extent, bound by genre convention. That is, they played by the rules. “Deep Red” was louder, nastier, more violent, more irrational than anything he had done before. It threw down a gauntlet that other filmmakers, including extremists such as Lucio Fulci, would be inclined to pick up in ways that redefined sadistic cinema for better or worse.
April 25, 2016
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It’s elegant and witty but also shocking and cruel. The contrived deaths involve bleeding bodies shoved through broken windows, scalding in the bath, teeth smashed against a mantelpiece, someone being dragged along behind a garbage truck and decapitation via necklace caught in a lift grille. Yet almost as memorable are odd frills such as the sudden appearance of a clockwork puppet and a disturbed little girl who is plainly going to grow up to be the next generation of psychopath.
March 04, 2016
An exercise in the extension of suspense, DEEP RED is pure alchemy, transmuting spaces into death, camera moves into murder, swathes of color into madness. Argento is at the top of his powers here, brilliantly orchestrating his actors through the frame like dolls in a toy slaughterhouse, making no moral or clinical distinction between the dying and the living, between killing a man and composing a song, between unearthing a secret and slicing a neck.
October 23, 2015
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Despite his contentious bickering with Nicolodi, Hemmings is a bland protagonist. That shortcoming, however, doesn’t diminish Deep Red’s power, which thanks to Argento’s sleek and sharply honed stewardship, hums with sinister sensuality.
June 11, 2013
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