La Corta Notte delle Bambole di Vetro | Short Night of Glass Dolls
La Corta Notte delle Bambole di Vetro | Short Night of Glass Dolls
La Corta Notte delle Bambole di Vetro | Short Night of Glass Dolls
La Corta Notte delle Bambole di Vetro | Short Night of Glass Dolls
La Corta Notte delle Bambole di Vetro | Short Night of Glass Dolls
La Corta Notte delle Bambole di Vetro | Short Night of Glass Dolls
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Italian Genre Cinema Collection No. 18

In a park in Prague, the lifeless body of the American journalist Gregory Moore is found and transported to the morgue for examination. One thing, however, nobody anticipated: The young man is alive! Unable to move or communicate, Moore must realize that he, as a living corpse, is being prepared for his own autopsy. The only hope for salvation lies in his vague memories of the last few hours and the mysterious events that led to his lethal condition. How did he end up in this situation? The frightful answer has something to do with a mysterious series of abductions that keeps the city in suspense...

Aldo Lado’s directorial debut Short Night of Glass Dolls is a classic of giallo cinema and at the same time a rather exotic entry within the genre. Far removed from the established patterns of the whodunit-thriller, the film doesn’t only tell the story of the search for a perpetrator but also draws a gloomy and occult portrait of Prague – a city full of riddles and secrets, where nothing is as it seems. Starring Mario Adorf, Jean Sorel, Ingrid Thulin and Barbara Bach, Short Night of Glass Dolls also offers a top-class cast. A breathtaking piece of genre history!

 

Extras Blu-ray

(* with optional English subtitles; ** with optional German and English subtitles)

  • Audio Commentary* by Film Historians Christian Keßler and Marcus Stiglegger
  • Audio Commentary* with actor/singer Jürgen Drews
  • Featurette** "The Need to Sing" with Sängerin Edda Dell'Orso
  • Featurette** "Cutting Glass Dolls" with Cutter Mario Morra
  • Italian and English Trailer
  • Photo Gallery
  • German Booklet by Kai Naumann

Extras Bonus-DVD

(* English with optional german subtitles; ** Italian with optional German and English subtitles)

  • Featurette** "Czech Mate" with Regisseur Aldo Lado und Schauspieler Jean Sorel
  • Featurette* "Einmal Italien und zurück" with Dieter Geissler
  • Scene Commentary** with Aldo Lado

Technical Specifications

  • 97 min, Color
  • Italian and German Language in DTS-HD 2.0 Mono
  • 2,35:1, 1080p HD, 23,98 fps
  • German and English Subtitles
  • Region: B

Original title: LA CORTA NOTTE DELLE BAMBOLE DI VETRO
Genre: Horror, Mystery
Italy/Yugoslawia/Germany, 1971
Directos: Aldo Lado
Starring: Jean Sorel, Ingrid Thulin, Mario Adorf, Barbara Bach, Jürgen Drews

SKU: CO018B