La corta notte
delle bambole di vetro (1971, ITA/GER/YUG).
Directed by Aldo Lado.
Starring Ingrid Thulin, Jean Sorel, Mario Adorf, Barbara Bach, Fabijan Sovagovic, José Quaglio, Jürgen Drews.
Vague mystery about reporter Sorel, who is found dead in a public park in Prague. However, he is not really dead. His mind is alive, and against the prospect of an impending autopsy, he tries to remember what brought him into this situation. It turns out he set out to find his lost girlfriend Bach in the streets of Prague. English titles: SHORT NIGHT OF GLASS DOLLS and PARALYZED.
| West Germany | Yugoslavia
Filming Locations: Ljubljana (Slovenia). Incir De Paolis Studios, Rome, Lazio,
(Italy). Prague (Czech Republic). Zagreb (Croatia).
Original Title: La corta notte delle bambole di vetro (1971). Barbara Bach as Mira Svoboda
... aka Malastrana (Italy: pre-release title) (West Germany)
... aka Das Todessyndrom (Germany: TV title)
... aka Catalepsia (Mexico)
... aka Paralyzed (USA: video title)
... aka Short Night of Glass Dolls (USA: DVD title)
... aka The Short Night of the Butterflies (USA: informal English title)
... aka Unter dem Skalpell des Teufels (West Germany: reissue title)
... aka La corta noche de las muñecas de cristal (Spain)
La corta notte delle bambole di vetro
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