Almost Blue (2000)

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A serial killer, called the Iguana, is terrorizing Bologna. He is able to change continuously identity. Grazia is investigating trying to find out the truth about the Iguana. Only a blind ... See full summary »


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  • Lorenza Indovina in Almost Blue (2000)
  • Lorenza Indovina in Almost Blue (2000)
  • Claudio Santamaria in Almost Blue (2000)
  • Alex Infascelli in Almost Blue (2000)
  • Rolando Ravello in Almost Blue (2000)
  • Alex Infascelli in Almost Blue (2000)

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9 September 2005 | nearer77
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| It challenges the masterpieces
Almost Blue is a very dark thriller, based upon the homonym book. I usually don't like movies based upon the book but this is great. Very well directed by Infascelli, in my opinion Almost Blue challenges the masterpieces of its kind like "The silence of the lambs". The script it's very smart and in a way very unusual, as a matter of fact the movie is full of original scenes. It's surprising how a quite young director can do things like that. Even the music theme of the movie, a famous version of the song "almost blue" by Elvis Costello, is amazing and fitting with the mood of the movie. Give it a chance because it absolutely worths the price.

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