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Double Face

This mod-Gothic mystery from Riccardo Freda, has some points in common with one of the director's earlier films, The Horrible Dr. Hichcock. Each concerns a man who believes his wife to be deceased, only to be confronted by creepy evidence to contrary...

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This mod-Gothic mystery from Riccardo Freda, has some points in common with one of the director's earlier films, The Horrible Dr. Hichcock. Each concerns a man who believes his wife to be deceased, only to be confronted by creepy evidence to contrary. Then, too, there's the extravagant, romantic atmosphere, thunderstorms, and lurid melodramatic scenes. Distinguishing Liz and Helen, however, is its Swinging London setting, complete with a disorienting visit to a hippie dance club with colored lights, topless birds, motorcycles, and psychedelic music. The attentive viewer will be further unsettled by the questionable motivation of its protagonist, straight-laced but tortured industrialist John Alexander, played by a simmeringly earnest Klaus Kinski.

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AKA:Das Gesicht im Dunkeln Liz et Helen A doppia faccia
Director:Riccardo Freda
Year:1969
Language:English, French, Italian
Format:W
Audio Quality:9.0
Video Quality:9.0
Starring:Klaus Kinski Christiane Krüger Günther Stoll Annabella Incontrera Sydney Chaplin Barbara Nell Margaret Lee

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