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Nightmares come at Night

Belgium/Liechtenstein 1970
produced by
Karl Heinz Mannchen for Prodif Ets./Eurociné
directed by Jess Franco
starring Diana Lorys, Colette Jack (= Colette Giacobine), Paul Muller, Jack Taylor, Soledad Miranda (as Susann Korda), Andrés Monales
music by Bruno Nicolai

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Anna has weird & creepy nightmares about herself killing people in a sexual frenzy, & they are getting so vivid that she feels she's losing grip with reality. Her last hope is housedoctor Paul (Paul Muller), whom she tells her story ... about how her grflriend Cynthia had discovered her in a sleazy nighclub where she was a stripper & had promised her stardom if only she moved in with her. The 2 embarked on a lesbian love affair & lived in luxury, but stardom never manifested itself, instead she started having these strange visions & now she thinks she's going insane ...

However what she doesn't know is that Cynthia's house is constantly under watch from the couple next-door (Soledad Miranda, Andrés Monales), who are as it turns out after some kind of loot from a jewellery heist. Soon though, Anna kills the couple, as well as a man (Jack Taylor) making love to Cynthia ... But why ?

It turns out Cynthia & Paul have made a daring jewellery heist, but now don't want to share with their partners, instead Cynthia has hypnotized Anna to kill them for her, to be both the killer & scapegoat. When Anna finds out though she has killed all the people for real, she shoots herself, & Paul, who has grown sympathetic to the woman he only intended as his weapon, wants to give himself up, & when Cynthia wants to prevent him, he stabs her ...

 

A mazelike erotic thriller that ever so often borders the incomprehensible, only then to be revealed to be based on some pulp clichés - which is no rarity in director Jess Franco's output, who always relished in blending art & pulp elements. This film however tries a little too hard to stay mysterious for its own good, in fact to a point where one loses interest.

Franco's favoured directorial trademarks - filming from weird angles, erratic zoom-ins & zoom-outs - do however go very well with this labyrinth of a film.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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