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The 10 best frames in “Nightmare Alley”

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Giulia Guido

After The Shape of Water (winner of 4 Oscars in 2017), Guillermo del Toro is back with a film with dark and mysterious atmospheres. Nightmare Alley, released in theaters at the end of January and since a few days available on Disney+, is a thriller-horror with which the Mexican director plays with all the elements that have always been part of his narrative. 

Monsters, ever-present in del Toro’s films, we find them both in characters with a truly monstrous appearance, but also in characters with monstrous ambitions and vices. We also find religious references, a spasmodic use of mirrors, dark and noir atmospheres and crude scenes that we can not help but watch and watch again. 

We have selected 10 frames that, without spoiling anything, return all the beauty of Nightmare Alley

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Written by Giulia Guido
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