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* ILoveTheDead: Severe sexual repression leads Silvia to fantasize about the bodies in the mortuary she works in.


''Il Profumo Della Signora In Nero'' (''The Perfume of the Lady in Black'') is an Italian horror film released in 1974.

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''Il Profumo Della Signora In Nero'' (''The Perfume of the Lady in Black'') is an Italian horror film released in 1974.
1974, part of the {{Giallo}} movement.



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''Il Profumo Della Signora In Nero'' (''The Perfume of the Lady in Black'') is an Italian horror film released in 1974.

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* {{Giallo}}: A debatable example as the film [[spoiler: is bloodless bar for the final part.]] Still it is frequently considered as this.


* FollowTheLeader: The movie is in the mold of [[spolier:''Film/RosemarysBaby'']].

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* FollowTheLeader: The movie is in the mold of [[spolier:''Film/RosemarysBaby'']].[[spoiler:''Film/RosemarysBaby'']].


* FollowTheLeader: The movie is in the mold of ''Film/RosemarysBaby''.

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* FollowTheLeader: The movie is in the mold of ''Film/RosemarysBaby''.[[spolier:''Film/RosemarysBaby'']].


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* ILoveTheDead: Severe sexual repression leads Silvia to fantasize about the bodies in the mortuary she works in.

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* IAmAHumanitarian: [[spoiler: The fate of Silvia's body. [[MindScrew Maybe.]]]]


* FollowTheLeader: The movie is in the mold of ''Film/RosemarysBaby'' and ''Film/TheTenant''.

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* FollowTheLeader: The movie is in the mold of ''Film/RosemarysBaby'' and ''Film/TheTenant''.''Film/RosemarysBaby''.


* [[spoiler: EverybodyDidIt: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with just one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]

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* [[spoiler: EverybodyDidIt: [[LogicalExtreme One of the most extreme examples of the trope, trope]], for in the ending it is revealed that ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some most of the dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with just one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]


* [[spoiler: Everybody Did It: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with just one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]

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* [[spoiler: Everybody Did It: EverybodyDidIt: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with just one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]


* [[spoiler: Everybody Did It: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]

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* [[spoiler: Everybody Did It: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with just one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]


* [[spoiler: Everybody Did It: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that [[spoiler:''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]

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* [[spoiler: Everybody Did It: One of the most extreme examples of the trope, for in the ending it is revealed that [[spoiler:''virtually ''virtually every living person (and possibly even some dead ones) appearing onscreen'' (including those with one or two lines) except the protagonist was complicit in the events of the story.]]

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