Before there were any “Don’t look now”, you had this piece of Venetian nastiness.
Director: Aldo Lado
Stars: George Lazenby, Adolfo Celi, Anita Strindberg
Runtime: 90 mins
DVD REGION ALL
“I have to put you away so you can’t do anymore killings!”
When the artist Franco loses his daughter to a nameless child-killer, he starts to hunt down the killer himself. This lead the man to a roller-coaster ride through friends and others involved in similar cases from the past, within the settings of Venice.
Accompanied with a great score by Morricone, this thriller takes Franco through a net of conspiracies. An interesting plot, driven in typical Giallo-style. I just wish they could have made it darker and make use of the great surroundings in Venice, that was the success of “Don’t look now”. Anyway…this is a B-Movie review and I was happy…sort of.