The chapter considers Dario Argento's ground breaking 1975 giallo thriller Profondo Rosso/Deep Red in terms of its representations of art, architecture and design. It argues that the film's effectiveness is bound up with a highly developed sense of non-cinematic aesthetics and Italian cultural history.
|Title of host publication
|Il Grande "Incubo che mi son Scelto"
|Michel Deville, Luciano Curreri
|Place of Publication
|Edizioni il Foglio
|Number of pages
|Published - 2015