Renato Polselli Interview (Pete Tombs)

Interview conducted by journalist and co-founder of Mondo Macabro some time in the late 1990s. Extracts, without subtitles, are available on YouTube - the complete, subtitled, interview was included as an extra on a fan produced composite of 'La Verita Secondo Satana' created by DarioArgento/LiquidGoblin in a galaxy far, far, away.    

Solitude/Solitudine (1961)

Alberto is a shy fisherman who lives with his stepmother Rosa and stepbrother Paolo. When Muollo, the local crime boss, orders Paolo to do some shady after-hours smuggling Alberto refuses and they end up brawling on the beach. Soon after, Muollo is found dead and Alberto becomes the prime suspect. Fotobusta Solitudine¬†disappeared after its initial … Continue reading Solitude/Solitudine (1961)

Murder at the Fun Fair/Delitto al Luna Park (1952)

Silvia, a singer and dancer, is a member of an overworked company that puts on shows in a theme park. She welcomes the advances of a young musician called Roberto but one day, following an accident, Silvia meets a certain Massimi, an understanding sort who, upon hearing her sing, convinces her to swap the theme … Continue reading Murder at the Fun Fair/Delitto al Luna Park (1952)

Secret Life of an 18-Year-Old/Vita Segreta di una Diciottenne (1969)

Better known as the brother of Rossano Brazzi, one of the more popular male leads during the golden age of Italian cinema, Oscar Brazzi began working in the industry as a production designer in the 1950s and by the early 1960s he moved into production design working with many notable directors including Roberto Rossellini, Steno, … Continue reading Secret Life of an 18-Year-Old/Vita Segreta di una Diciottenne (1969)