In recent years, France have made some very thought provoking horror films. In an age where CGI-laden drivel seems to dominate film landscape. I had heard about a French Giallo film playing in Boston, entitled The Strange Color Of You Body’s Tears. I immediately took an interest, and could not wait to see how a French interpretation of Giallo. In a time span of less than 2 hours however, I wish I hadn’t wasted my time.
The first 10 minutes of the film captured my interest almost immediately. The opening scene involved a Black gloved killer wielding a knife. A signature trademark for not only a lot of Dario Argento’s films, but a lot of Giallo. The film is about the disappearance of the wife of a Telecommunications worker named Dan, and his attempt to find out what happened to her. Confined within the walls of his apartment building…
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