The Girl in the Fog

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The Girl in the Fog
The Girl in the Frog poster.jpg
Directed byDonato Carrisi
Produced byMaurizio Totti [it]
Alessandro Usai
Written byDonato Carrisi
StarringToni Servillo
Alessio Boni
Jean Reno
Music byVito Lo Re
CinematographyFederico Masiero
Edited byMassimo Quaglia
Release date
  • 26 October 2017 (2017-10-26)
Running time
128 minutes

The Girl in the Fog (Italian: La ragazza nella nebbia) is a 2017 Italian crime film based on the eponymous novel by Donato Carrisi.[1][2]


Anna Lind, 16 years old, disappears in the remote town of Avechot, in the middle of the Alps. The expert investigator Vogel is called to investigate, famous for creating a wide media echo around the cases he deals with. In fact, Avechot publish newspapers and television stations, which are heavily relentless on Loris Martini, a local school professor, charming but full of debts, on which the main suspicions fall. But the truth will turn out to be more convoluted than what can be thought: initially strongly suspected, later cleared when it turns out that Vogel falsified a test, putting the professor's blood on the girl's backpack, and finally the truth: Loris has deliberately circulated the clues against him but without ever leaving concrete evidence against him, in order to appear in the eyes of Vogel as the only possible killer, which would have led the investigator to do everything, licitly and otherwise, to frame it, as done in a famous case, repeatedly mentioned in the film. And on the other hand it was activated to bring out the theory that instead the murders were of a past serial killer, known as the man of the fog.




  1. ^ Vivarelli, Nick (2016-05-16). "Italy's Colorado Films Launches New Thriller Shingle With Best-Seller 'The Whisperer' (EXCLUSIVE)". Variety. Retrieved 2018-08-10.
  2. ^ 'La ragazza nella nebbia', il thriller di debutto di Carrisi: La storia amata dai miei lettori
  3. ^ La Ragazza nella nebbia, Carrisi può aspirare a Hollywood e Alessio Boni si mangia Toni Servillo

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