A Black Veil for Lisa


1h 27m 1969

Film Details

Also Known As
Das Geheimnis der jungen Witwe, La morte non ha sesso
MPAA Rating
Release Date
Aug 1969
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Filmes Cinematografica; Pan Film; Top Film
Distribution Company
Commonwealth United Entertainment, Inc.
Country
Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

Synopsis

Investigating a major drug ring, Bulov, head of Hamburg's police narcotics division, is under pressure because a number of informants are killed before they are able to talk. Bulov also suspects that his much younger wife, Lisa, has committed adultery. His assumptions lead him to allow the drug ring's hired killer, Max, to remain free under the condition that Lisa will be killed. Bulov comes to believe, however, that Lisa has not been unfaithful to him; but before he can reach Max to countermand his instructions, Max and Lisa become attracted to each other. Bulov tries to rearrest Max, but Max stabs him to death. Lisa then returns to her real lover, Schoerman, the head of the dope ring, but he rejects her because of her affair with Max.

Film Details

Also Known As
Das Geheimnis der jungen Witwe, La morte non ha sesso
MPAA Rating
Release Date
Aug 1969
Premiere Information
not available
Production Company
Filmes Cinematografica; Pan Film; Top Film
Distribution Company
Commonwealth United Entertainment, Inc.
Country
Italy

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 27m

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Notes

Released in Italy in 1968 as La morte non ha sesso, and in West Germany in March 1969 as Das Geheimnis der jungen Witwe with a running time of 95 min. Italian sources credit Giovanni Fusco as composer, while German sources credit Gianfranco Reverberi.