Few things in life are more frustrating than a suddenly non-functional zipper
or a flat in the middle of nowhere, a fuming car and a hot date who's fuming
even more. Watching this movie is one of them. You've just paid good money to
see a decent or at least a half decent storyline, or, at the very least, to
keep your mind off your worries for two hours. This film, which goes nowhere
right from the beginning, only makes you feel stupid because you just can't
make out what's going on! To add to all your other worries, you just might start
worrying if you are getting dumber by the day. Hell, I don't need a movie to
tell me that! Worse, I've paid for it.
Giorgio Valli is a pianist who's due to give a concert. Just before that he
meets Kiara, who, for some unfathomable reason, is all over him in a flash.
Suddenly there is a murder, and they are running. Why? Ten minutes and many
unconnected images later, Giorgio joins Kiara in some suburb hideout. Again,
why? Soon, her husband comes along and what do you know, he dies too! Same question...
Now suddenly Giorgio is under suspicion. After the blessed interval things move
too fast, and pretty soon Kiara tells Giorgio that she is the killer. And then,
she shoots him too.
All the credits are in Italian but it isn't a dubbed movie. And let me tell
you, even if they were talking in Italian it wouldn't have much difference
to your comprehension of the story. Oh yes - there is no sex. Our rules do not
allow ratings lesser than 1, and so, much against my will, I am forced to give
this a 1.