Interrabang is a 1969 Italian giallo film directed by Giuliano Biagetti. The title refers to a punctuation mark combining a question mark and an exclamation mark, which appears as a necklace worn by the character Valeria throughout the film.
|Directed by||Giuliano Biagetti|
|Produced by||Giancarlo Segarelli|
|Screenplay by||Luciano Lucignani|
|Story by||Edgar Mills|
|Music by||Berto Pisano|
|Edited by||Marcella Bevilacqua|
|31 December 1969|
Fashion photographer Fabrizio sails to an island for a shoot accompanied by his business partner wife Anna, model Margherita and Anna's sister Valeria. A radio news bulletin reports that an escaped convict has murdered a policeman and is still on the run. The group discover that their boat has broken down, and Fabrizio hitches a ride on a passing speedboat to return to the mainland to find help to repair the boat. The three women are left to explore the island and meet the mysterious Marco. They also discover the corpse of a man, which then disappears...
Interrabang was released on Region 2 DVD in Italy in 2012, however the release does not include English subtitles.