DiscoverThe Literary License PodcastSeason 3: Episode 89 - Argento's Opera
Season 3:  Episode 89 - Argento's Opera

Season 3: Episode 89 - Argento's Opera

Update: 2019-12-21
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Dario Argento's Opera (1987)


 


Dario Argento’s classic film Opera is considered the most commercially successful of all of Argento’s work.  The music is composed by Brian Eno, Claudio Simonetti and Bill Wyman.  The plot focuses on murders in an opera house by a masked assailant.  Taking his experiences of directing the opera of Macbeth, Argento would be inspired to take his experiences and bring them to the screen.


 


The film stars Cristina Marsillach, Urbano Barberini and Ian Charleston.  The film would have exciting set pieces and would capitalize on Argento death scenes that would be cut upon various releases throughout the world but have since have been reinstated in new releases in the film.  The film is presented in THX film and audio.


 


We are joined by writer and producer Joe (Caesar and Otto Deadly Christmas) Randazzo.  You can following John through:


Twitter: joe_randazzo


Instagram: joerandazzo624 


 


Opening Credits (.22); Introduction (3.06); Forming the Plot (11.45); Film Trailer (14.25); Lights, Camera, Action (16.11); Epilogue (53.41); End Credits (1:03.26); Closing Credits (1:07.27)


 


Opening Credits – It’s Christmas Eve – by Alex Jaraway – from the album A Christmas Horror Story Original Motion Picture Soundtrack


 


Closing Credits:  Blue Christmas – Elvis Presley – An Elvis Christmas


 


All songs rights reserved


 


All music available through Amazon.


 

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Season 3:  Episode 89 - Argento's Opera

Season 3: Episode 89 - Argento's Opera

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