How are you going to kill me today?
Now this is the Elio Petri I've been waiting for! Filled with righteous leftist anger, and packed with razor-sharp satire!
A story that's as timely now as at virtually any point the police have existed as an institution: a police chief murders a woman, and leaves behind obvious clues that point to him, neurotically driven by a contradictory desire to be caught & punished, and also to prove his hypothesis that, as a police officer, he is a citizen above suspicion.
To watch this thing unfold is truly a thing of absurdist beauty, and you scarcely know whether to laugh or cry or scream at the lengths the police will go to, to…