Dark Bar

Synopsis: Anna fa la musicista e la sua carriera è sul punto di decollare. Ha una sorella, Elisabetta, con cui non è in buoni rapporti perchè si droga e le chiede sempre soldi. Ma Elisabetta pensa di aver trovato la sua fortuna e telefona alla sorella lasciandole un messaggio sulla segreteria. Poi si reca al Dark Bar dove viene uccisa. Anna stessa viene minacciata da una voce che le chiede qualcosa che lei sa. Ma Anna non sa.
Genre: Thriller
 
IMDB:
5.1
Year:
1988
89 min
5 Views

Hello?

Yes, it's me.

Yes, I understand.

- Okay, I'll be there in an hour.

- The usual place.

- At seven.

- At seven.

- What colour is it this time?

- Red; a red raincoat in the usual bag.

Okay.

Understood.

- And the money?

- The instructions are in the bag.

"Anna, it's me,

Elizabeth..."

"It's almost six, I'll be at

home for another half an hour..."

"It isn't about money this time,

it's important..."

I need to speak to you.

I'm leaving,

I'm going away for a while...

It's been so long now.

You could call me at least, it's important.

- What's so funny?

- I'm the monster of Dusseldorf.

You're fucking idiot.

- I thought you'd be happy to see me.

- I hate surprises.

- Well, are we leaving or not?

- Did you find a motorbike?

- I said I'd have it by tonight.

- Okay.

- Did you get the money?

- Yes, it's all sorted...

But I'm busy now.

Midnight, okay?

- I can take you.

- No, it's a private matter...

I have to see someone,

my sister.

I'll see you later.

"Tolstoy square,

the tram stop..."

"Nine o'clock."

- Wait here.

- How long?

- About an hour, let's say ten thirty.

- Yes, okay, I'll wait.

She still hasn't arrived,

I'll wait till ten, then I'll call back.

Come here Elizabeth.

Sit here.

Lubka, dear, get my shawl,

it's in my room...

- Just do as I say!

- Bye, Lubka, see you later.

What is this?

We had a deal.

Relax, I couldn't take it all

out at once...

They wanted another signature

for such a high amount...

Don't worry, I'll talk to the

bank manager tomorrow.

Stay here!

Where are you going?

To hell.

Elizabeth!

- It's eleven, she isn't coming.

- Make the delivery at the dry cleaners.

- What time?

- Seven, precisely.

Understood.

Everything like before then...

Just a change of place.

Okay, goodbye.

Elizabeth! Hi!

Expensive! where did you buy it?

In a shop...

Ever heard of them?

Where are you going?

I want to introduce my friend Walter.

He was here.

Where has that idiot run off to?

- In a hurry?

- No, I just need to go to the toilet.

- What's in your bag?

- Nothing that would interest you.

Let me see,

I hope you're not hiding anything from me.

What have you got there?

A raincoat!

What a strange colour.

Mind if I try it on?

- Have you seen Marco?

- No, are you waiting for him?

What do you see in that savage?

- Hi, Betty.

- Hi.

Look at the beautiful colour.

- Do you want one?

- Yes, thanks, I'll be right back.

One minute.

I'm coming.

The seams...

Cut the seams!

Two Beethovens.

Well?

This deserves a toast!

- It doesn't feel real.

- Come on...

You're going to be a star.

It's what you've always wanted.

Yes.

Dreamed of...

And determined to get there.

So let's drink a farewell toast to

the old Blue Sisters' Club...

Tomorrow morning,

when you wake up...

You'll start your trip on the

road to success.

To the good life!

The tool of the trade.

- Can I come up?

- No, I'm very tired.

- Thanks anyway.

- I was looking for you today.

- Yes?

- To tell you I'd come and get you.

- Goodnight.

- Bye.

"It's Adelmo.

Did you recognise me?"

"I wanted to come over and get you."

"Anyway, we'll see each other

tonight at the Blue Sisters."

"Anna, it's me Elizabeth,

it's almost six..."

"I'll be at home for another

half hour..."

"It isn't about money this time,

it's important..."

"I need to speak to you."

"Anna, it's me again, stop being

a bitch little sister, call me..."

"I don't need your money,

not now or in the future..."

"Call me tonight."

- Well?

- She just returned home now...

- Do you still want to wait?

- It's too risky, let's wait till tomorrow.

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