The original working titles for the film included Replica de un delitto (lit. ’Repetition of a Crime’) and Il passo dell’assassino (lit. ’Footsteps of the Killer’). In his book on Italian gialli, Troy Howarth described the film as belonging to the trend of “sexy-trashy gialli” opposed to burgeoning films influenced by the films of Dario Argento. Film historian Roberto Curti echoed this statement, that along with Amadio’s Smile Before Death (1972) were variations on the erotic gialli of the late-1960s.
color, mono, and what looks like a VHS fullscreen transfer. DVD-R comes packaged as shown in color DVD case, wrapped in plastic!