PLOT OF FEAR

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PLOT OF FEAR

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Paolo Cavara

1976  102 minutes 1.85:1  Italy

Editions: DVD

Reminiscent of Eyes Wide Shut and told through ingenious flashbacks, Plot of Fear tells the story of a decadent weekend party full of orgies and drugs on the outskirts of Milan. After two deaths occur Inspector Lomenzo (Michele Placido) interrogates one of the guests, a fashion model (Corninne Clery) who becomes his informant.

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Synopsis

Reminiscent of Eyes Wide Shut and told through ingenious flashbacks, Plot of Fear tells the story of a decadent weekend party full of orgies and drugs on the outskirts of Milan. After two deaths occur Inspector Lomenzo (Michele Placido) interrogates one of the guests, a fashion model (Corninne Clery) who becomes his informant. Clery reveals that after a “wildlife orgy”one of the hosts tried to jokingly feed one of the prostitutes to a tiger but she got so frightened that she dies of heart attack. In his attempt to find a connection between the victims a connection is established through what is soon to be the killers calling card.

Reviews

The film opens with two shocking murder scenes that rival any of Argento’s.
— 10kbullets
High production value and gritty realistic treatment.
— Terror trap
Few Italian police dramas of the 70’s reach to the level of intrigue as Plot of Fear/E Tanta Paura.
— MondoDigital

Cast and Credits

Director
Paolo Cavara

Writer
Bernardino Zapponi, Paolo Cavara, Enrico Oldoini

Producer
Ermanno Curti, Guy Luongo, Rodolfo Putignani

Cast
Corinne Clery, Michele Placido, Tom Skerritt, Eli Wallach

Cinematography
Franco Di Giacomo

Editing
Sergio Montanari

Music
Daniele Patucchi

Special Features

Interview with Enrico Oldoini (screenwriter)
Interview with Pietro Cavara (son of Paolo Cavara)
Interview with Michele Placido (actor)
New and Improved English subtitles / New HD Transfer and digitally restored
BONUS ROM Content: A PDF fully illustrated booklet containing critical analysis of the film by Chris Alexander, Fangoria Magazine

Production: Italy – 1976
Running time: 102 minutes
Language: English and Italian
Subtitles: Optional English
Audio: Dolby digital 2.0 Mono
Aspect ratio: 1.85:1
 

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