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Identikit

Identikit

Directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi

In what remains the most obscure, bizarre and wildly misunderstood film of her entire career – and perhaps even ‘70s Italian cinema – Elizabeth Taylor stars as a disturbed woman who arrives in Rome to find a city fragmented by autocratic law, leftist violence and her own increasingly unhinged mission to find the most dangerous liaison of all.

A disturbed woman arrives in Rome to find a city fragmented by autocratic law, leftist violence and her own increasingly unhinged mission to find the most dangerous liaison of all.

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Ian Bannen, Guido Mannari, Mona Washbourne, Luigi Squarzina

Member Reviews

A real WTF ending.

Ultraverse83
3 weeks ago

Liz was great. Hypnotic. Keeps you captivated the whole film.

leila297
1 month ago

I LIKE MUFFINS

SAVEDBYTHEOX
3 months ago

Fun. Weird. Plus Warhol & Taylor together.

Teeesh
3 months ago

Caught my attention only because I recognized it as the title of a Radiohead song lol. I know Italians are famous for their Giallo films, but I don't think they get enough credit for making the genuinely weirdest stuff imaginable. This film reminded me of a proto-David-Lynch kind of movie. Really bad dream vibes. Unexplainable dread looming throughout. Insane people. Also moments that were genuinely funny. It's not for everyone, but I loved it.

future_magic
3 months ago