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1973's "The Corruption of Chris Miller" is filled with illness, representing director Juan Antonio Bardem's creative odyssey into the world of giallo, cooking up (with screenwriter Santiago Moncada) a murder mystery where everyone could conceivably commit crimes. While it's positioned as a whodunit, "The Corruption of Chris Miller" is more satisfying as a study of moral disintegration and isolation, with Bardem pulling terrific performances out of his cast while bathing the production in style and unease, getting the project to the right level of distress. Read the rest at


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