LET THE CORPSES TAN is a delirious homage to Spaghetti Westerns and 1970s Italian crime films. The beautiful cinematography
captures the colors that pop along with a hypnotic music score. A gang of thieves rob a truckload of gold bars and they
expect to hide out the home of a crazy hypersexual female artist, but their plans become complicated when a lawyer's wife,
her kid, and her maid show up out of the blue. It becomes a mess when a couple of motorcycle cops decide to check out the
hideaway. The movie has a multiple point-of-view style that doesn't overplay its welcome like Quentin Tarantino who uses
the same type of device (but QT sometimes drags that device out for too long).
Audio commentary by film critic Alexandra Heller-Nicholas and Queensland Film Festival Director John Edmond
US Theatrical trailer for the movie
FINAL ANALYSIS: LET THE CORPSES TAN is a visual and audio treat. I do wish there were more extras, but you will love
this movie if you loved THE STRANGE COLOR OF YOUR BODY'S TEARS (also directed by the same two who directed this movie) or
Dario Argento's type of movies.
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