La flor de pétalos de acero


La flor de pétalos de acero
La flor de pétalos de acero
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La flor de pétalos de acero is a world-renowned film with high ratings.
The year 1973 was chosen to release the film to the world.
The professionalism with which they act Gianni Garko, Carroll Baker, Ivano Staccioli, Pilar Velázquez, Eleonora Morana, allows us to focus even more on the message and enjoy the story.

We can consider a film as a gear in which each piece contributes something different to the final product and that all of them have to fit perfectly so that there is no meaningless set of ideas. The direction of the film has to ensure that this situation is fulfilled and in this case, Gianfranco Piccioli has been impeccable.
If you wonder how long the movie is, we have the answer: 90 min..
The film industry exists in practically every country in the world, but this feature film belongs to Italy.

Do you want to know who has given life to the script of the film? The writing team has been led by Gianfranco Piccioli, Gianni Martucci.
The production company Parva Cinematografica, Día P.C has achieved excellent results thanks to its initial bet on this story.
The soundtrack of this film enhances the emotions of each scene and the team responsible for making this happen is led by Marcello Giombini.

The person in charge of making sure that all the photographic elements fit together perfectly was Antonio Borghesi.
Each film is affected by many different factors so, although there are already many films that are of the Thriller genre, it does not mean that it will be the same as others, far from it.


Critics La flor de pétalos de acero

Cactus flower from Carroll Baker. Decent if flawed psycho / thriller. Doctor Doctor! I'll break the news to you ... You have a bad case of lover's blues!
Gianni versus and fanny submarine. Giallo very well done with a strong cast. the end is so bold
Solid giallo movie with some distinctive ideas. Great and overlooked Italian giallo. THE FLOWER WITH THE STEEL PETALS (Gianfranco Piccioli, 1973) ***
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