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Author Topic: Later, Claire, Later... (export title: Run, Psycho Run) (Brunello Rondi, 1968)  (Read 282 times)

AlbertoSordi

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I didn't see a thread for this giallo so I thought I'd start a new one.

Someone kills Claire and her bairn so her husband enlists a look-a-like of his dead wife to trap the killer responsible. Well, there's a bit more to it than that... :P

This one's a real mystery to me, Piu Tardi, Claire, Piu Tardi (lit. Later, Claire, Later) was supposedly shot a few years before its eventual release in 1968 and then simply disappeared. It has never had any kind of home video release and I'm still pondering if it ever achieved any kind of theatrical release at all in Italy? There is zero promotional material for this one, no posters, locandine, stills, lobbycards, etc... absolutely nothing. Well, as far as I've been able to establish so far... I'm hoping someone might read this thread and offer some input... or an Italian poster?!

One explanation for this could be the fact that it was sold overseas... Digging around the web there are mentions of the film having had a theatrical and television release in the USA (under the utterly ridiculous and thoroughly deceptive title 'Run, Psycho, Run') Aside from people commenting that they watched it on late-night cable TV and mentions of cinema screenings - there are also posters from the times floating around the web. My theory is that it was possibly sold overseas to cover the cost of the production so an Italian release was unnecessary - It was also very unusual (correct me if I'm wrong?) for a black and white film to be released in 1968? By that time everything was in colour which would have made it much harder for a distributor to sell.

Copies have been floating around online for at least a decade or more but a better copy surfaced last year - available to (legally) watch online via the Minerva (Raro) Youtube channel Films&Clips. All credit to them for saving this film from total obscurity.

Definitely one of the most challenging films I've ever subtitled... and it's also one of the last few gialli (from the classic 60s-70s period) which isn't available in English. Again, it's surprising that we haven't seen a copy of the English dubbed export version (which also seems to have disappeared off the face of the earth)

In the meantime, the film is here (there are various online sites you can use to download it - I think I used clipconverter)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pLMi2AVCFU&t=1s

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English fansubs here:

http://www.mediafire.com/file/lnkbqevqo0b3g3f/Piu.Tardi.Claire.Piu.Tardi.1968.WEBRip.360p-KULT.srt/file

(I got it wrong, it's still Minerva (Raro) but it's the sister channel KultMovie, not Films&Clips)
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Funktion

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Thanks for the heads-up, AlbertoSordi.  ;)
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Nice one Alberto!
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Commissario Walter Grandi

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All hail the legendary Alberto, nobody has done more to fansub Eurocult films for non-Italian speakers than him.The man is a linguistic genius.
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AlbertoSordi

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Thanks for the kind words  :P

I've updated the post above with a link to the subs.
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