Black Veil for Lisa (1968)
Black Veil for Lisa (1968)
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Hamburg drug inspector Bulav (John Mills) becomes sidetracked when his wife Lisa (Luciana Paluzzi) becomes an amoral tramp. He hires Max (Robert Hoffman), the hit man with a heart of stone to go after his unfaithful wife. Bulav is hounded by the chief of police to crack the drug ring as potential informants turn up murdered in various parts of town. He scours the seamy underworld of the dark side of Harmburg in an effort to stop the killings and follow his wife as she tries to feed her insatiable desire for sex in this shadowy crime drama. … More
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(1991 Director: Massimo Dallamano-Dorian Gray/Super Bitch) Ahhh...a nice Italian movie...which I am sure I have seen but not recently & starring Luciana Paluzza (99 Women, Thunderball[James Bond] & Medusa) with John Mills of Hamlet, Frankenstein, A Tale of Two Cities & Around the World in 80 days' fame. (review to follow once I re-watch it)
The memorable musical score was composed by Giovanni Fusco & Gian Franco Reverberi.
Until then....I should mention that the movie's soundtrack is available on cd-rom at www.screenarchives.com. Also here is an excerpt of their critic 's review of this movie: Quoting "?La morte non ha sesso? ("aka" A black veil for Lisa") directed in 1968 by Massimo Dallamano and starring Sir John Mills, Luciana Paluzzi and Robert Hoffmann is a thriller that stylistically could be placed between certain Mario Bava noir movies and early Dario Argento movies about atmospheres and certain situations. The gloomy plot sees as protagonist the classic trio of he, she and the other: but this time the police inspector Bulov as well as having to wrestle with a dangerous gang, he will find himself in trouble cause a private matter which concerns his beautiful and young wife Lisa, former affiliate with the criminal gang, and a killer instructed by the same policeman to kill her and instead the young man becomes her lover until an expected finale. To describe in music throughout the ambiguous atmosphere of the story Giovanni Fusco (which has also composed notable music scores for some movies of Michelangelo Antonioni) and Gianfranco Reverberi (which often collaborated with his brother Giampiero not only for the movie soundtracks but also in the record industry) have written an OST filled with all colors of the noir, Giallo and cops movies that we release for the first absolute time on record and complete from the mono master tapes kept until today in the historical archives of Rca. The Main theme of this OST, introduced by tribal percussions, is a dramatic and rhythmic beat style theme (regarding the French horns and electric guitars ? use),,,"http://www.screenarchives.com/title_detail.cfm?ID=11431
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