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Short Night Of Glass Dolls (1971)
Starring: Barbara Bach, Ingrid Thulin, Jean Sorel
Director: Aldo Lado
Studio: Starz / Anchor Bay
97 mins



The corpse of reporter Gregory Moore (Jean Sorel of Lizard in a Woman's Skin is found in a Prague plaza and brought to the local morgue. But Moore is actually alive, trapped inside his dead body and desperately recalling how the mysterious disappearance of his beautiful girlfriend (Barbara Bach of The Spy Who Loved Me) led to a terrifying conspiracy of depravity. Can a reporter with no visible signs of life solve this perverse puzzle before he meets his ultimate deadline?

Ingrid Thulin (The Damned, Salon Kitty) co-stars in this unusual and startling 1971 giallo (also known as Paralyzed and Malastrana) that marked the debut of writer/director Aldo Lado (Who Saw Her Die?) and features a superb score by the legendary Ennio Morricone.

The giallo (yellow) refers to the controversial series of savage Italian suspense thrillers that shocked international audiences throughout the '60s and '70s. The Giallo Collection presents these rarely seen classics fully restored from original vault elements and filled with all the explicit sex, graphic violence, and startling twist endings that have come to define this brutal, stylish genre.