Every time a new clip or trailer arrives for Amer, it's like Christmas for me. Bruno Forzani and Hélène Cattet's neo-giallo flim will make its US debut at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas in March. In the meantime, watch the brand new, final theatrical trailer after the jump and start praying that the film gets a US theatrical release very soon.

I've said it before and I'll say it again, if I could make out with a movie, I'd be all over Amer. This description should explain why:

"Ana is confronted to Body and Desire at three key moments of her life. Her carnal search sways between reality and colored fantasies becoming more and more oppressive. A black laced hand prevents her from screaming. The wind lifts her dress and caresses her thighs. A razor blade brushes her skin, where will this chaotic and carnivorous journey leave her?"

Fellow Horror Squad writer Mike Bracken and I were discussing the familiarity of the trailer's score and that's when I realized it sounded like the score to the Italian airline thriller Affare concorde (Concord Affaire '79), directed by Cannibal Holocaust helmer Ruggero Deodato. The score was composed by Stelvio Cipriani, whose score for La polizia sta a guardare was featured in Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof. I'm guessing this is what the Amer trailer score is referencing due to its popularity. Then again, most of Cipriani's work sounds similar so take your pick.

You can find the latest clips for the movie here and here. Hit the jump for the trailer pronto!





Here is what Stelvio Cipriani's score for Concorde Affaire '79 and the intro to La polizia sta a guardare sounds like.





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