4 mosche di velluto grigio
by Dario Argento
Italia, 1971, 105'

screenplay Dario Argento
cinematography Franco Di Giacomo
editing Françoise Bonnot
music Ennio Morricone
sound Mario Ronchetti
production design and costumes Enrico Sabbatini

with Michael Brandon, Mimsy Farmer
Jean-Pierre Marielle, Carlo Pedersoli (Bud Spencer)
Aldo Bufi Landi, Marisa Fabbri, Calisto Calisti
Oreste Lionello, Fabrizio Moroni, Corrado Olmi
Stefano Satta Flores

producer Salvatore Argento
production Seda SpettacoliMarianne Productions
Universal Productions France

Roberto Tobias plays the drums for a local Rome rock and roll band when at various time, he sees a man in dark sunglasses wearing a suite and tie, watching him. After the session, Roberto sees the man and follows him through the dark streets to an apparently abandoned opera house where he confronts the man and asks him why he’s been following him for the past several weeks. The man declines such actions and pulls a knife on Roberto when the drummer gets too close. In the struggle, the man is accidentally stabbed and he falls from the stage to the lower level. Suddenly a spotlight is turned onto Roberto and a masked person on the balcony snaps some photos of Roberto holding the bloody knife.


13/12/2016 h 21:00spazio Oberdan
guest: the director