The Girl Who Knew Too Much

Judging Mario Bava’s The Girl Who Knew Too Much (La ragazza che sapeva troppo, 1963) from its first scene, it would be reasonable to assume one was watching a Fellini movie, or at least a reasonable imitation of Fellini. The opening shot of a TWA plane in flight toward Rome, the bustling capital of highContinue reading “The Girl Who Knew Too Much”