Footprints On the Moon 
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Lose yourself in the previously thought long lost classic thriller that is Footprints. Never before released in the UK and unavailable worldwide on DVD until now, this exclusive re-build edit, which restores previously lost scenes, is not to be missed.
In this masterful, surreal and extraordinary film, Florinda Bolkan (Flavia The Heretic) plays Alice, a young translator who finds the real world slowly merging with her nightmares as she tries to solve her memory loss of the past few days. A postcard leads her to the island of Garma where the people there not only seem to know her but also her vivid dreams of an astronaut left behind on the moon become steadily stronger...
Directed by Luigi Bazzoni (The Fifth Cord) and boasting chillingly atmospheric cinematography by Vittorio Storaro (Apocalypse Now), Footprints is the loneliest, most haunting and beautiful giallo you will ever see.
Footprints (aka Le Orme) (cert. 18 overall DVD rating) is released uncut on DVD by Shameless Screen Entertainment. The film is presented in an exclusive Shameless re-build edit and remastered in 1.85:1 with optional English 2.0 sound (the preferred language for viewing this film) and Italian 2.0 sound mixes plus optional English subtitles. Extra features include alternate English opening credits, a theatrical trailer, US video trailer, image gallery, a Shameless original trailer gallery of all 20 trailers of the Shameless collection so far and a reversible sleeve. Region 0.
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a woman can't account for several lost days of her life, or why so many
people at a resort she's never visited seem to know her.
She's also haunted by very odd black and white dreams where an
astronaut is betrayed and left to die alone on the moon.
The film is slow in parts, and some of the big twists are easy to see
coming, but it is beautifully photographed by Vittorio Storraro, and
eschews the gratuitous violence and awkward sex of most of the Italian
thrillers of the era.
This doesn't feel like its trapped by any formula or rules. And the
acting is pretty good for a dubbed film.
Not in the class of films like 'Don't Look Now" or "Vertigo", but gets
points for trying to be and doing so in a classy way. I'll be
interested to see this again.
Having previously only seen this on a very poor VHS transfer, Shameless has lovingly presented us with the definitive DVD version of the film and it looks beautiful. At last we can see just how fantastic the cinematography is.
A huge thanks to Shameless for giving this film the loving attention it deserves.
Florinda Bolkan is excellent as the tortured main character who is experiencing hallucinations of an astronaut abandoned on the moon, and who is trying to work out the enogma of what has happened to her in the past.
An absolutely perfect movie with great dialogue, acting , and some of the most gorgeous interiors i've ever seen in a film.