Director Massimo Dallamano
Music director Giovanni Fusco
Country ItalyWest Germany
Costume design Bonizza Aragno
|Cast John Mills (Inspector Franz Bulon), Luciana Paluzzi (Lisa), Robert Hoffmann (Max Lindt), Renate Kasché (Marianne), Tullio Altamura (Ostermeyer), Carlo Hinterman (Mansfeld)|
Release date August 11, 1968 (1968-08-11)
Writer Giuseppe Belli (screenplay), Giuseppe Belli (story), Massimo Dallamano (screenplay), Peter Kintzel (dialogue), Audrey Nohra (dialogue), Vittoriano Petrilli (dialogue), Vittoriano Petrilli (screenplay)
Similar movies Zandalee, Mad Max: Fury Road, The Boy Next Door, No Good Deed, The Canyons, Heaven's Prisoners
Tagline White veils for angels
A Black Veil for Lisa (Italian: La morte non ha sesso/ Death Has No Sex) is a 1968 Italian giallo film directed by Massimo Dallamano. It was also released as Showdown.
A black veil for lisa 1968
When a narcotics detective finds out that his beautiful wife (who is an ex-criminal) is cheating on him, he hires a professional hitman to bump her off. However, things don't go quite according to plan. The detective was involved in investigating a string of drug-related murders, and when he finally catches the killer Max Lindt, instead of arresting him, he surprises him by asking him to murder his unfaithful wife. Instead of killing the woman, the hitman ends up sleeping with her, and they begin an affair.
ReferencesA Black Veil for Lisa Wikipedia
A Black Veil for Lisa IMDb A Black Veil for Lisa themoviedb.org