DVD review: The Frightened Woman
Not quite trash and not quite art, The Frightened Woman represents Italian popular cinema at its most trippy. It’s just about as batty as they come, and I defy you to find another film that looks and feels anything like it. Beneath all that surface glitz, however, is a surprisingly deep construct, one that is likely to beguile and bemuse in equal measure.
We’ve got yet more toothed vaginas in my review of the deliciously weird The Frightened Woman, a unique offering of 60s sexploitation from Shameless Screen Entertainment.
Posted: Saturday, July 19, 2008 at 11:59 PM
| Comments: 2
I simply can't believe the final screencap in your review.
Posted by: Baron Scarpia
, July 20, 2008 5:47 PM
Great, isn’t it? One thing the Italian filmmakers of that period didn’t do was hide behind subtlety.
Posted by: Whiggles
, July 20, 2008 5:53 PM
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