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Eva Renzi: List of Movies, Films and TV Shows

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  • The Bird With The Crystal Plumage [Blu-ray] The Bird With The Crystal Plumage | Blu Ray | (12/02/2018) from £14.99  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    In 1970, young first-time director Dario Argento (Deep Red, Suspiria) made his indelible mark on Italian cinema with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage a film which redefined the ?giallo' genre of murder-mystery thrillers and catapulted him to international stardom. Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante, We Own the Night), an American writer living in Rome, inadvertently witnesses a brutal attack on a woman (Eva Renzi, Funeral in Berlin) in a modern art gallery. Powerless to help, he grows increasingly obsessed with the incident. Convinced that something he saw that night holds the key to identifying the maniac terrorising Rome, he launches his own investigation parallel to that of the police, heedless of the danger to both himself and his girlfriend Giulia (Suzy Kendall, Spasmo) A staggeringly assured debut, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage establishes the key traits that would define Argento's filmography, including lavish visuals and a flare for wildly inventive, brutal scenes of violence. With sumptuous cinematography by Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now) and a seductive score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone (Once Upon a Time in the West), this landmark film has never looked or sounded better in this new, 4K-restored edition from Arrow Video! SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS Brand new 4K restoration of the film from the original camera negative produced by Arrow Video exclusively for this release Standard Definition DVD presentation Original mono Italian and English soundtrack English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack New audio commentary by Troy Howarth, author of So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films The Power of Perception, a new visual essay on the cinema of Dario Argento by Alexanda Heller-Nicholas, author of Devil's Advocates: Suspiria and Rape-Revenge Films: A Critical Study New analysis of the film by critic Kat Ellinger New interview with writer/director Dario Argento New interview with actor Gildo Di Marco (Garullo the pimp) Eva's Talking, an archival interview with actor Eva Renzi (Monica Ranieri) Original Italian and international theatrical trailers Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Candice Tripp

  • Funeral In Berlin [1967] Funeral In Berlin | DVD | (05/01/2004) from £7.10  |  Saving you £1.04 (6.50%)  |  RRP £15.99

    Funeral in Berlin (1967) is the sequel to 1965's The Ipcress File, again featuring Michael Caine as reluctant spy Harry Palmer. It was clearly the filmmakers' intention to make Palmer a harder-nosed James Bond, and director Guy Hamilton was brought to this project in between Goldfinger and Diamonds Are Forever for that purpose. There's espionage intrigue, easy women (Eva Renzi as Samantha Steel), and gunplay. But without the gadgetry, one-liners, or even the John Barry score of the first movie, the Bond comparison runs dry. Against the backdrop of a bombed-out industrial wasteland that was Berlin in the mid-Sixties, Palmer is sent to facilitate the defection of Col. Stock (Oscar Homolka). Numerous sub-plots weave together involving indifferent chief Ross (Guy Doleman from IPCRESS), mission aide Johnnie Volkon (Paul Hubschmid), and the untrustworthy Kreutzman (Günter Meisner, who was more memorable as Slugworth in Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory). It all comes down to revealing who's working for whom and who's really defecting in the set-piece funeral of the title. The main reason the series continued (Ken Russell's OTT Billion Dollar Brain came next) was the commanding presence of Caine. It's fun to hear him try German, and he manages a few subtle comic gems, such as when a waiter asks "Bitte mein heir?" and he replies, "No. Lager please", but the best moment of characterisation recalling the womanising Palmer of Len Deighton's novels is the put down guaranteed to win any woman: "You're useless in the kitchen. Why don't you go back to bed?" --Paul Tonks

  • The Bird With The Crystal Plumage Limited Edition [Blu-ray + DVD] The Bird With The Crystal Plumage Limited Edition | Blu Ray | (19/06/2017) from £27.45  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    In 1970, young first-time director Dario Argento (Deep Red, Suspiria) made his indelible mark on Italian cinema with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage a film which redefined the ?giallo' genre of murder-mystery thrillers and catapulted him to international stardom. Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante, We Own the Night), an American writer living in Rome, inadvertently witnesses a brutal attack on a woman (Eva Renzi, Funeral in Berlin) in a modern art gallery. Powerless to help, he grows increasingly obsessed with the incident. Convinced that something he saw that night holds the key to identifying the maniac terrorising Rome, he launches his own investigation parallel to that of the police, heedless of the danger to both himself and his girlfriend Giulia (Suzy Kendall, Spasmo) A staggeringly assured debut, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage establishes the key traits that would define Argento's filmography, including lavish visuals and a flare for wildly inventive, brutal scenes of violence. With sumptuous cinematography by Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now) and a seductive score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone (Once Upon a Time in the West), this landmark film has never looked or sounded better in this new, 4K-restored limited edition from Arrow Video! LIMITED EDITION CONTENTS: Brand new 4K restoration of the film from the camera negative in its original 2.35:1 aspect ratio, produced by Arrow Video exclusively for this release High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) and Standard Definition DVD presentations Original mono Italian and English soundtracks (lossless on the Blu-ray Disc) English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack New audio commentary by Troy Howarth, author of So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films The Power of Perception, a new visual essay on the cinema of Dario Argento by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas, author of Devil's Advocates: Suspiria and Rape-Revenge Films: A Critical Study New analysis of the film by critic Kat Ellinger New interview with writer/director Dario Argento New interview with actor Gildo Di Marco (Garullo the pimp) Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Candice Tripp Double-sided fold-out poster featuring 6 Lobby Card reproductions Limited edition 60-page booklet illustrated by Matthew Griffin, featuring an appreciation of the film by Michael Mackenzie, and new writing by Howard Hughes and Jack Seabrook

  • The Bird Of Crystal Plumage [1971] The Bird Of Crystal Plumage | DVD | (27/01/2001) from £7.99  |  Saving you £5.01 (27.80%)  |  RRP £17.99

    An American writer (Tony Musante - Toma TV series) traveling in Rome is the only witness to an attempted murder by a sinister figure in a raincoat and black leather gloves though he is powerless to do anything to stop them. With a feeling that something is not quite right about the scene he has witnessed and the police's inability to make any progress he launches his own personal investigation - and nearly loses his life in the process. While this modern day Jack-the-Ripper type is slithering through the dark byways of Rome slicing up pretty girls director Dario Argento is carving up the emotions of terrified viewers. Dark deeds are mixed with black comedy worthy of Hitchcock in a film of almost unbearable tension and nail-biting suspense.

  • The Harry Palmer Collection, The [DVD] The Harry Palmer Collection, The | DVD | (15/10/2012) from £11.59  |  Saving you £13.40 (53.60%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Celebrate Britain's best-loved spy in this classic collection. Michael Paine is Harry Palmer, the irrepressible secret agent turned private investigator. Follow his exploits over the globe, from taking on the Russian Mafia in 'Midnight in St Petersburg' to combating chemical warfare in 'Bullet to Beijing'. Also featuring 'Ipcress File', 'Funeral In Berlin' and 'Billion Dollar Brain', this five film set will have you hooked.

  • Bird With A Crystal Plumage [Blu-ray] [1969] Bird With A Crystal Plumage | Blu Ray | (13/06/2011) from £8.92  |  Saving you £16.07 (64.30%)  |  RRP £24.99

    Bird With A Crystal Plumage (aka L'uccello dalle piume di cristallo)

  • The Bird With The Crystal Plumage [DVD] The Bird With The Crystal Plumage | DVD | (12/02/2018) from £12.39  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £N/A

    In 1970, young first-time director Dario Argento (Deep Red, Suspiria) made his indelible mark on Italian cinema with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage a film which redefined the ?giallo' genre of murder-mystery thrillers and catapulted him to international stardom. Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante, We Own the Night), an American writer living in Rome, inadvertently witnesses a brutal attack on a woman (Eva Renzi, Funeral in Berlin) in a modern art gallery. Powerless to help, he grows increasingly obsessed with the incident. Convinced that something he saw that night holds the key to identifying the maniac terrorising Rome, he launches his own investigation parallel to that of the police, heedless of the danger to both himself and his girlfriend Giulia (Suzy Kendall, Spasmo) A staggeringly assured debut, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage establishes the key traits that would define Argento's filmography, including lavish visuals and a flare for wildly inventive, brutal scenes of violence. With sumptuous cinematography by Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now) and a seductive score by legendary composer Ennio Morricone (Once Upon a Time in the West), this landmark film has never looked or sounded better in this new, 4K-restored edition from Arrow Video! SPECIAL EDITION CONTENTS Brand new 4K restoration of the film from the original camera negative produced by Arrow Video exclusively for this release High Definition Blu-ray (1080p) presentation Original lossless mono Italian and English soundtracks English subtitles for the Italian soundtrack Optional English subtitles for the deaf and hard of hearing for the English soundtrack New audio commentary by Troy Howarth, author of So Deadly, So Perverse: 50 Years of Italian Giallo Films The Power of Perception, a new visual essay on the cinema of Dario Argento by Alexanda Heller-Nicholas, author of Devil's Advocates: Suspiria and Rape-Revenge Films: A Critical Study New analysis of the film by critic Kat Ellinger New interview with writer/director Dario Argento New interview with actor Gildo Di Marco (Garullo the pimp) Eva's Talking, an archival interview with actor Eva Renzi (Monica Ranieri) Original Italian and international theatrical trailers Reversible sleeve featuring original and newly commissioned artwork by Candice Tripp

  • A Taste of Excitement [DVD] A Taste of Excitement | DVD | (24/01/2011) from £10.85  |  Saving you £2.14 (16.50%)  |  RRP £12.99

    A man has been killed on the Dover/Boulogne car ferry. What is the connection between him and the attempts being made to kill Jane Kerrell (Eve Renzi) a young girl in her early twenties? As she speeds through the French countryside to the South of France several attempts are made on her life as she is deliberately forced off the road by another car. But when she reports these attempts the local Cap Ferrat Police Inspector and the sinister psychiatrist Dr. Forla (George Pravda) believe these attempts are in her imagination and Dr Forla concludes that Jane is mentally disturbed. At her wits end Jane finds an ally in the young English painter Paul Hedley (David Buck) who finally believes her life is in danger following an attempt to murder him. When Inspector Malling of Scotland Yard (Peter Vaughan) and Mr. Breese (Francis Matthews) arrive in Cap Ferrat trying to uncover the connection between Jane and the murdered man on the ferry this thrilling puzzle of international intrigue begins to unravel against the backdrop of the French Riviera

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