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  • HFPA

Restored by HFPA: “Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion” (1970)

In the 1970s, Italian film Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion (Indagine su un cittadino al di sopra di ogni sospetto), a police chief kills his kinky mistress while they are making love, then leaves clues of his guilt, daring his colleagues to charge him with the crime. Gian Maria Volontè, in his most famous role as the nameless chief of the homicide division of Rome’s police force, is a charismatic sociopath driven to crack down on the anarchists participating in the riots roiling Rome.
  • Industry

Restored by HFPA: “Born to Be Bad” (1950)

In the pressbook for Born to Be Bad that was sent to exhibitors and theater owners to help them publicize the film, the headline on the first page read “Heartless, Glamorous Huntress of Men, Their Hearts, Their Wealth: Trapped in Her Own Pitfalls, Victim of Greed and Rashness. ” The taglines for the film’s posters were equally bodice-ripping – “Baby-faced Savage in a jungle of intrigue!” and “Man-Bait! Trouble never came in a more desirable package!” featuring a photo of Joan Fontaine posing provocatively in a slinky red strapless gown.