Plot of Fear
|Directed by||Paolo Cavara|
|Written by||Paolo Cavara
|Music by||Daniele Patucchi|
|Cinematography||Franco Di Giacomo|
Plot of Fear (Italian: ...e tanta paura, also known as Bloody Peanuts and Too Much Fear) is an Italian mystery-thriller movie directed in 1976 by Paolo Cavara. The movie also includes a well-known animated erotic insert directed by Gibba in which, as said by Marco Giusti, "the great Gibba broke out in all kinds of sado-masochistic excess".
Inspector Lomenzo investigates a series of murders committed against wealthy people. The murderer is in the habit of leaving illustrations at the crime scene. That's the inspector's sole trace.
- Corinne Cléry: Jeanne
- Tom Skerritt: Chief Inspector
- Michele Placido: Inspector Gaspare Lomenzo
- Eli Wallach: Pietro Riccio
- John Steiner: Hoffmann
- Jacques Herlin: Pandolfi
- Greta Vaillant: Laura Falconieri
- Quinto Parmeggiani: Angelo Scanavini
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