Set within a production of Verdi's Macbeth, a young opera star is stalked by an obsessed fan intent on killing all those close to her.
Argento’s discourse tests the boundaries of the real and the imaginary, of dreams and waking life, and on-stage theatrics and backstage reality through a powerful system of provocative visual strategies. Opera also refers to his previous Giallo films, which also transcend the codes of the thriller genre with his own unique and irrational flourishes. - Paul Synnott, Cinephilia & Beyond
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