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THE DEVIL WITH SEVEN FACES (1971)
THE DEVIL WITH SEVEN FACES (1971)

A giallo/crime thriller hybrid that introduces us to a woman named Julie Harrison (Baker). Julie is being harassed by a couple of mysterious men for reasons unknown and it makes her nervous enough to turn to her friend and lawyer Dave Barton for help. Barton semi-dismisses her and as she is leaving his office becomes the victim of an attempted kidnapping. Barton and his friend Tony save the day, but Julie’s problems are just beginning. She explains that she has been receiving troubling phone-calls from her estranged twin sister Mary. As the story progresses we learn that Mary may have been involved in a major diamond heist, screwing over and leaving behind her partners and her husband in the process. Complicating matters further, these no-nonsense criminals believe that Mary is Julie! It’s clear that they will stop at nothing to regain their prize and God help anyone who dares to stand in their way! Barton seems to have interests of his own while Tony becomes romantically entangled with Julie putting him in an equal amount of danger. There are, as always, plenty of twists during the running time to keep you enthralled and as the events unfold the violence escalates. Far from perfect (the lighter – the wig – the car chase), though still a solid film with Baker in constant danger while a loungier-than-usual Stelvio Cipriani soundtrack decorates the unfolding events

 

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