27 March 2013 | christopher-underwood
unique soundtrack from the master
Obscure Italian thriller with '68 protest back ground and stunning Morricone score. Someone dies in an awkward situation and years later when all but one of those present have become very well off, the other possibly begins to send blackmail notes. Pretty confusing and not helped by the fact that the subtitles on my print were on and off the screen in a blink of the eye and there was a lot of chatter too. Great conclusion at the beach with wonderful blow up plastic chairs. Meanwhile we have visited a very dull and dank looking Milan but all has been enlivened by that music featuring the voice of Edda Dell'Orso and I cantori moderni di Alessandro Alessandroni. An unusual film and amazing and unique soundtrack from the master.