Riccardo Freda, Italy, 1969, Arrow Films, Cult

“An atmosphere of twisted, poisonous sexuality.” - Mondo Digital

The legendary Klaus Kinski is John, a wealthy industrialist who flails face-first into a kaleidoscopic netherworld of proto-psychedelic sexuality and savage self-destruction following the death of his covertly lesbian wife. The more truths he attempts to uncover, the further he slips from reality until nothing and no one are as they seem, either living or dead. A truly unique collision of giallo and German crime film from director Riccardo Freda (THE HORRIBLE DR. HICHCOCK) with Kinski in an unusually sympathetic(ish) protagonist role, DOUBLE FACE is a visually-stunning experience that evokes much of the same ambience of paranoia and decadence as such classics as Lucio Fulci’s A LIZARD IN A WOMAN’S SKIN.

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  • 88 mins.
  • Color
  • 1.85:1


  • DCP


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