An English pianist living in Rome witnesses the brutal murder of his neighbor, a psychic. With the help of a tenacious young reporter he tries to discover the killer using very unconventional methods, and the two are soon drawn into a shocking web of dementia and violence.
Home to some of the greatest set pieces Dario Argento ever put on film, this hallucinatory giallo remains one of his most iconic features. Paying homage to Antonioni’s Blow-Up by casting David Hemmings as its leading man, Deep Red is a symbolic masterpiece of prismatic beauty and rapturous terror.
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