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This was a pretty decent Giallo, although the pacing is slow and a little too much time is devoted to the romance aspect. The Venice setting is a good one, there's solid atmosphere, and co-writer / director Antonio Bido sets up some effective suspense sequences. One very effective murder involves being burned in a fireplace; Stefania Casini provides some delectable nudity. All in all, I liked it.
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