The Girl in the Fog
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The Girl in the Fog

The Girl in the Fog it is difficult to place this film in its proper context, limiting ourselves to pointing out The Girl in the Fog its obvious, although actually very conjunctural, relationship with the so-called “nordic noir” by Jo Nesbø, Camilla Läckberg, ‘The Killing’ and other recent literary-television phenomena. It is not even necessary to subject ‘The Girl in the Fog’ to an exhaustive DNA test to recognize in him much of the copious and multiform Italian generic lineage in whose strain he clearly ascribes. And it is that putting under the microscope the first work behind the camera of Donato Carrisi one discovers evident traces of three of the main genuinely transalpine subtypes related to the criminal and suspense narrative. Namely, the joyful and irrational by nature “giallo” –from the founding ‘The girl who knew too much’ (Mario Bava, 1962) to the “trilogy of animals” by Dario Argento-, the abrasive in his modesty “polizitiesco” of the Lizzani, Di Leo, Castellari, Lenzi or Martino, a naturalist but often on the edge of exploitation, and, of course, the versatile “political thriller” of the 70s inaugurated by ‘Investigation on a citizen free of all suspicion (Elio Petri, 1970), although supported by previous works by Rosi and Pontecorbo, and extended by other films by Marco Bellochio and Damiano Damiani, halfway between the judicial drama and the ideological docu-complaint.

With more than identifiable elements both formal and content screened from all those sources, the novelist until now (and author of the “best seller” on which his own script is based) has made a gimmicky and at times absorbing mystery contraption, so in harmony with the new times of audiovisual consumption as perfectly in line with that tradition of transalpine popular entertainment based on the narrative pinwheel, aesthetic sumptuousness, tonal thickness and even (although without great depths, of course) the sociological point, not by little subtle less successful .

Duration: 128 min


IMDb: 6.8