The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968) Romolo Guerrieri

The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968)
aka Il dolce corpo di Deborah
Genre: Giallo | Thriller
Country: Italy | France | Director: Romolo Guerrieri
Language: English or Italian or German (3 separate audio tracks)
Subtitles: English & German (Optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: Cinemascope 2.35:1 | Length: 96mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 1280x544 - 23.976fps - 2.42gb

Romolo Guerrieri directs a story of love, sex and revenge, and it begins in Geneva. Jean Sorel is a hunky italian, Marcel, who are on a honeymoon trip with his wealthy American wife Deborah, played by the great Caroll Baker. In Geneva they run in to Philip (Luigi Pistilli), and old friend of Marcel but he claims that Marcel is the reason that Suzanne (Ida Galli) killed herself a couple of years back. Marcel haven't told Deborah about this before, but explains everything to her. Before they leave Geneva, Marcel notices that Deborah have met Philip at a nearby restaurant, but she says it was because she wanted to talk about it and make Philip stop it. They continue the trip to Nice, but something is wrong, and is Philip still following them...? Or is everything just the imagination of Deborah? Or Marcel?

"Il Dolce Corpo di Deborah" is a lushly filmed romantic thriller, starring Carroll Baker and Jean Sorel, certainly one of the most beautiful on screen couples of all time. In fact everything about this production is gorgeous, from the actors and the magnificent interiors and fashions, to the absolutely fantastic film score from Nora Orlandi. All this combined elegance makes for an intoxicating viewing experience that takes the audience into an opulent world, where nobody is quite what they seem.
The Sweet Body of Deborah (1968)

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