Double Face

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Maestro Riccardo Freda's is one especially serpentine, sporadically steamy, spine-tingler!

Extremely versatile Italian director Riccardo Freda's fearfully fascinating crime chiller contains all the dizzyingly convoluted plotting one would readily expect of a Edgar Wallace Krimi or perverse Black-Gloved Giallo, and the more hysterical elements of both are to be found in this terminally twisted tale of dapper businessman John Alexander (Klaus Kinski) and his apparently brief, whirlwind romance with the voluptuous and eminently capricious sauce-pot Helen Brown (Margaret Lee) with their marriage cooling, her palpable disinterest slowly engendering a rather twitchy, paranoid state in her increasingly anxious hubby perfectly suited to the mercurial acting talents of leonine, bug-eyed barnstormer Klaus Kinski! 'Double Face' for all its innate absurdity proves no less delightfully eccentric than its frequently intense blue-eyed star, while delivering an atypically subdued performance, kinky Kinski nonetheless exudes a barely repressed mania which makes his rather volatile, slap-happy John Alexander a darkly compelling character and by far the most complex and engaging Giallo archetype in fear-master Freda's delirious, altogether duplicitous 'Double Face', with its double-dealing dames, black-hatted villains sinister Soho smut-makers, blissed out, bike riding beatniks all woozily wrapped up in the smokey, fuzzy haze of Nora Orlandi's persistently psychedelic, deliciously groovy score. Mirroring his quixotic star, Maestro Riccardo Freda's serpentine, sporadically steamy spine-tingler while undeniably handsome to look at contains more than its fair share of illicit secrets!

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