AKA: Unsane, Tenebre
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Thanks to FeldmanArgento claims he set this picture 'five or more years in the future'.
Rewind ArchiveThe 'giallo' term used was the name given to mystery novels in Italy, much like 'Serie Noire' black covered thrillers in France, 'giallo' literally means yellow in Italian, like the pages on which the stories are printed.
Thanks to See Pic On LeftThe 'beautiful girl' in red high heeled shoes who features in a number of flashback scenes was in fact, a famous italian transvestite.
Rewind ArchiveJohn Saxon also starred in the Bruce Lee martial arts classic "Enter The Dragon".
Thanks to LoverswithCassieDirector/scriptwriter Dario Argento narrates the Italian version of this film and the murderer's hands in accompaniment with voice (for which he receives no credit, by the way) are his.
Thanks to Staunch nerdDario Argento has said that the inspiration for the film came from himself being stalked.
There's often fake stuff floating round, y'know? -Like the 'ghost boy' that can allegedly be seen in "Three Men And A Baby".
But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Tenebrae".
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