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Dark Glasses

Directed by: Dario Argento | 2022 | 1h 30m | Unrated | In Italian/French w/ English Subtitles

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• Adults – $11.00
• Older Adults (62+ years old w/ valid ID) – $9.50
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Rome. A serial killer who preys on prostitutes sets his sights on Diana. As he pursues her, he causes a car crash in which she is blinded and 10-year-old Chin’s entire family dies. Despite her blindness, Diane resolves to take the boy in. But the killer is still on the loose…

For high-end sex worker Diana (Ilenia Pastorelli), being blinded in a car accident is just the beginning of her trauma. The white-van-driving psychopath who caused the crash, and has already murdered another call girl, is out to finish the job, relentlessly stalking Diana through Rome and its outskirts. And because she’s been harboring Chin (Xinyu Zhang), a young boy whose parents were also victims of that accident, Diana can’t go to the police, who suspect her of kidnapping the child. So she and Chin have only each other to depend on as they flee through the night, trying to stay one step ahead of the maniac and facing other perils along the way. With his first film in 10 years, Master of Horror Dario Argento returns to his giallo roots with this stylish, scary, unusually tender thriller that delivers all the shocks his fans have come to expect, driven by a sleek synth score by composer Arnaud Rebotini.

“Only those immune to the puerile charm of attack dogs, eclipses and water snakes will fail to enjoy ‘Dark Glasses’ “
– VARIETY

“A spiky little giallo that wants nothing more than to be labeled a return-to-form.”
– INDIEWIRE