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Sotto il Vestito Niente (1985)

Thriller | 93 minutes
3,26 17 votes

Genre: Thriller / Mystery

Duration: 93 minuten

Alternative title: Nothing Underneath

Country: Italy

Directed by: Carlo Vanzina

Stars: Tom Schanley, Renée Simonsen and Donald Pleasence

IMDb score: 5,8 (1.375)

Releasedate: 7 November 1985


This movie is not available on US streaming services.


Sotto il Vestito Niente plot

In Milan, Italy, a serial killer armed with scissors has targeted all kinds of top models. When American Bob Crane hears this, he immediately travels to Italy to protect his sister Jessica. But when he arrives in Italy, Jessica has disappeared without a trace. Bob begins his search and does everything he can to find his sister. But what Bob doesn't know is that the killer is now looking for him...

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Commissioner Danesi

Jessica Crane

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Margaux Wilson

Carrie Blynn

Giorgio Zanoni

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avatar van yeyo


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This forgotten giallo was clearly 'inspired', shall we say, by De Palma's Body Double: brusque, Hitchcockian zoom shots, the claustrophobic corridor shot and voyeurism element. The score is even by Donaggio and sounds like a cheap carbon copy of the Body Double theme.. but is still beautiful and atmospheric. Otherwise an entertaining movie with lots of gratuitous nudity and beautiful locations. (Milan and Lugano) Unfortunately, there is very little murder.

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avatar van perceived


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Inspiration or stealing everywhere yes. Still, I liked this film better than the aforementioned Body Double.

Film that can rightly be called "Giallo", albeit a late one. Entertaining plot, stylishly shot, nice soundtrack, incl. this cool track: [url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtYArD7cg2Q]Murray Head - One Night In Bangkok [Rare Bangkok's Remix] - YouTube[/ url] 7/10*

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avatar van Noodless


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Despite the few kills, this late giallo knows how to captivate in terms of story. The story remains mysterious for a while because neither the killer nor the motive are immediately guessable. It is also nice that the main character Bob Crane (Tom Schanley) and Jessica (Nicola Perring) form twins, where Bob can sense bad things that happen to Jessica, even though he is in America and she works as a model in Italy. One day he senses that his sister is in real danger and may even have been killed. Together with Inspector Donald Pleasence, he tries to investigate what happened to his sister. Bob comes into contact with the modeling world and the decadent life some lead that revolves around sex, power and apparently diamonds. But nothing is what it seems. The beautiful Nicola Perring is a special appearance and also shows her beautiful breasts in the beginning of the film. Maria McDonald, Catherine Noyes and Anna Galiena can also be seen naked, but Perring is still the best among these women. There is little to see of Renée Simonsen. A standout scene is a catwalk of the models to the music of Murry Head with the famous song One Night in Bangkok, a song that is still fun today. The final scene is quite exciting and has a satisfying ending. 7/10

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