It’s a known fact that achieving a Zen frame of mind is very hard with the tense times we’re living in. More so even, if we found ourselves in Lisa’s situation. A successful worker, she spends her nights at a Tibetan guru’s club, that gives free rein to all sorts of promiscuous relationships. Things take a final turn for Lisa when her lovers start to drop like flies, killed in bizarre ways. The problem is that Lisa can’t go to the police, because it would affect her job; and so, like a heroine, she decides to solve it on her own. Federico Zampaglione returns to Sitges with a movie with giallo echoes.


Federico Zampaglione

Musician and filmmaker, after directing several music videos for Tiromancino, a band he’s led since 1992 and with which he’s won several platinum records, he debuted in cinema with the black comedy Nero Bifamiliare (07). With Shadow, his second feature film, he explores terror.

Technical information

Edition: 2012
Section: Fantàstic Panorama
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