Identikit

Identikit

Directed by Giuseppe Patroni Griffi

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In what remains the most obscure, bizarre and wildly misunderstood film of her entire career – and perhaps even ‘70s Italian cinema – Elizabeth Taylor stars as a disturbed woman who arrives in Rome to find a city fragmented by autocratic law, leftist violence and her own increasingly unhinged mission to find the most dangerous liaison of all.

A disturbed woman arrives in Rome to find a city fragmented by autocratic law, leftist violence and her own increasingly unhinged mission to find the most dangerous liaison of all.

Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Ian Bannen, Guido Mannari, Mona Washbourne, Luigi Squarzina

Member Reviews

SPOILER Intriguing and beautiful. Reminiscent of Downloading Nancy.

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2 days ago

WOW. I spent almost the entire movie trying to figure out what her motive was, what she wanted, who she was...so many questions, and always intriguing. Then, at the end, it all made sense and was much darker than anticipated.

JPBM
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4 days ago

Curious, intriguing, and obscure in a great way. Liz Taylor is perfect in this role, I think it’d be worth watching this film twice. Why was Andy Warhol there though?

PureLanolin
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1 week ago

Can someone explain the ending????

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3 weeks ago

All of the old things and ways. This film captures many mundane things that become a wonderful document of the era. I mean, everything about the airport was fascinating, including Warhol.

Jxxx
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3 weeks ago