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Giallo Giallo poster. Directed by Dario Argento Produced by Rafael Primorac Richard Rionda Del Castro Written by Jim Agnew Sean Keller Dario Argento Starring Adrien Brody Emmanuelle Seigner Elsa Pataky Music by Marco Werba Cinematography Frederic Fasano Editing by Roberto Silvi Studio Opera Film Produzione Giallo Production Distributed by Hannibal Pictures Release date(s) 25 June 2009 (2009-06-25) (Edinburgh) Country Italy United Kingdom Language English Budget $ 14 million Giallo is a 2009 thriller directed by Dario Argento.[1] Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 4 Release 5 References 6 External links Plot The film, set in Turin, Italy, follows French flight attendant Linda and Italian-American detective Enzo Avolfi, who team up to find Linda's younger sister Celine. Celine, a model, has been abducted by a serial killer. Known only as "Yellow" (giallo in Italian), he kidnaps beautiful foreign women in his unlicensed taxi cab. After drugging them, the killer proceeds to mutilate and finally murder them. He photographs his deeds so that the photos may grant him personal sexual gratification. Cast Adrien Brody as Inspector Enzo Avolfi/Yellow (credited as Byron Deidra, an anagram of Brody's name) Emmanuelle Seigner as Linda Elsa Pataky as Celine Robert Miano as Inspector Mori Silvia Spross as Russian Victim Giuseppe Lo Console as Butcher Luis Molteni as Sal Lorenzo Pedrotti as Delivery Boy Daniela Fazzolari as Sophia Valentina Izumi as Keiko Taiyo Yamanouchi as Toshi Sato Oi as Midori Maryann McIver as Girl In Bookstore Barbara Mautino as Nurse Massimo Franceschi as Coroner Liam Riccardo as Baby Yellow Anna Varello as Butcher's Wife Giancarlo Judica Cordiglia as Desk Sergeant Nicolò Morselli as Young Enzo Farhad Re as Designer Patrick Oldani as Officer Gian Luca Andrea Redavid as Officer #1 Linda Messerlinker as Girl Victim Production Argento said in an interview that he dislikes the producers' cut of the film and that he no longer is attached to the project.[2] Release Giallo premiered at the 2009 Edinburgh International Film Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland.[3] It premiered in America at the Omaha International Film Festival in Omaha, Nebraska on March 14, 2010.[4] Claiming he was not paid the correct amount for his role in the film, Adrien Brody has filed suit against the filmmakers, and is attempting to prevent the film's release on DVD until he receives his full salary.[5] In late November Brody was granted a ruling in United States District Court that blocked the sale or use of Brody's likeness in "Giallo" until the Oscar winner's remaining salary is paid.[6] On January 20, 2011, Deadline Hollywood Daily reported that Brody had reached a settlement with the producers. Brody stated, "I very much enjoyed the process of making "Giallo," and am happy that things have been resolved and that people can now enjoy seeing the film." [7] References ^ Dario Argento Giallo Filmkritik Rezension Kritik ^ Interview with co-writer Sean Keller at Cinefantastique ^ "What's On / Edinburgh International Film Festival". Edinburgh International Film Festival. http://www.edfilmfest.org.uk/whats-on/2009/giallo. Retrieved 6 August 2009.  ^ Giallo Review by Spencer Hawken ^ "Adrien Brody Sues to Stop Release of Dario Argento's 'Giallo'". http://blog.moviefone.com/2010/10/18/adrien-brody-sues-dario-argentos-giallo/?_r=true.  ^ http://www.austin360.com/movies/brody-no-alternative-but-to-sue-film-producers-1072556.html ^ http://www.deadline.com/2011/01/adrien-brody-settles-pay-dispute-on-giallo/ External links Giallo at the Internet Movie Database Giallo at Allrovi v · d · eFilms directed by Dario Argento 1970s The Bird with the Crystal Plumage (1970) · The Cat o' Nine Tails (1971) · Four Flies on Grey Velvet (1971)  · The Five Days (1973)  · Deep Red (1975)  · Suspiria (1977) 1980s Inferno (1980) · Tenebrae (1982) · Phenomena (1985) · Opera (1987) 1990s Two Evil Eyes (1990) · Trauma (1993) · The Stendhal Syndrome (1996) · The Phantom of the Opera (1998) 2000s Sleepless (2001) · The Card Player (2004) · Do You Like Hitchcock? (2005) · The Mother of Tears (2007)  · Giallo (2009)