Who knows. Who killed the girl? ‘After his arrest, the Mutilator’s crimes stopped,’ Vogel says, by way of justifying his pursuit of the suspect. 3 out of 9 found this helpful Also, the location is fantastic and, after you realize that the story is hopeless, it’s amusing to point out all the flaws and inconsistencies in the film. One wonders if Vogel is depressingly baffled by the abject inefficacy of car alarms.As in any murder mystery, the film presents us with a veritable ‘menagerie’ of odd or suspicious characters. If he is the killer, it makes sense, and our world is in order again. 0 out of 0 found this helpful its italian and its brilliantly made in all its simplicity. He has a maniacal need to film everything he sees: His neighbors, girls, passersby, and anyone who drives into town. Unless you’re writing Mary Poppins, perfect characters are boring. Couldn’t Vogel tell his interviewee, “Listen, pal. “And the killer is….frrrrrrrr. The film - produced by Colorado and already sold by Studiocanal in Spain, Germany, France - includes all the necessary ingredients for a perfect postmodern Euro-thriller: a small community in the mountains, a lost girl, religious extremism, suspicious suspects, local useless police officers (with Fargo-esque fur hats), a self-righteous detective, an unscrupulous lawyer, a soulless journalist and a small nerdy boy with little propensity to socialise. Several plot twists, good acting with strong characters. With daily news, interviews, data bases, in-depth investigations into the audiovisual industry, Cineuropa aims at promoting the European film industry throughout the world. by Donato Carrisi. The psychiatrist is 'the fog man' however he's pretty much retired. (Wait, why is a police inspector talking to a psychiatrist? Incidentally, he is never seen carrying any wood. But, while it explains everything, the explanation is annoying rather than disturbing or satisfying. The screenwriters seem to have forgotten that it has rained in the past few days, which would have likely obliterated any trace of DNA from the recovered item. Not enough payout to hurt someone’s feelings with carefully chosen expletives, let alone kill them; 5) how many clues should you disseminate? I really want to know why Vogel is telling him the story. 20 out of 35 found this helpful 3 out of 3 found this helpful Sure enough, a mere seconds after this prescient proclamation, a young man in a hoodie steals a stuffed teddy bear and secretes it in his jacket. Inside, the house is enveloped in more eerie mist. The cross is linked to a clue that helps Vogel triangulate the killer’s identity, so I would be remiss if I didn’t mention it.You might be wondering: if the film is so terrible, why did I give it 2.5 stars?
The locals quickly turn against Martini: he is fired from his teaching job and pelted with offending liquids during his obligatory ‘perp walk’ to the slammer.Remember: these are all flashbacks that Vogel is relating to the psychiatrist, Dr. Flores. Because a climactic scene is about to take place (or so the film implies) and everyone knows that climactic scenes require rain and lightning as the proverbial ‘objective correlative’ to the characters’ latent but operant inner turmoil.
His guilt would also make perfect sense. But I suppose they are all cold cases since the last one was 30 years ago. );e) a journalist is seen proclaiming her unswerving devotion to the truth, only to later offer money to a witness in exchange for “juicy” details on the case;f) a meeting is set up at night in a cemetery. Just that this isn't my favorite book. Why is it empty? The ending was sick.

There are some minor flaws in the plot line, im sure its done on purpose by the filmaker, just to provoke some grumpy old reviewer to write about it, but for all the rest of us , THIS IS A PERFECT PSYCHO ABDUCTION CRIME THRILLERE' !!! La ragazza nella nebbia, Movie, 2017 Pictures provided by: AleX_DJ Display options: Display as images Display as list Make and model Make and year Year Category Importance/Role Date added (new ones first) Episode Appearance (ep.+time, if avail.) Sick, in that fascinating Donato Carrisi way. Putative arch-sleuth Vogel walks right past a heap of clothes so conspicuously bulging that you feel like yelling at the screen: “He’s right there!” After letting Vogel tiptoe past him, Mattia shuffles out of the sartorial pitcher’s mound and stands right behind the oblivious investigator. Or so we hope...since he goes back to his 'trophy' box to relive his past crimes. 1 out of 1 found this helpful