“Nero Infinito” is an interesting Giallo, and the two main actors, Francesca Rettondini and Rosario Petix, gave excellent performances. The presence of cult directors such as Ruggero Deodato, Enzo Castellari and Claudio Fragrasso arise curiosity and add a bit of irony.
The musical structure of “Nero Infinito” is variegated. There are two alternating main themes, dissonant music with contemporary flavor—almost avant-garde, two rock cues, piano versions of the two main themes, and so on. For torture scenes—as I’d done previously for “Giallo”—I tried to differentiate the musical styles. In the first scene, I made use of dissonant chords, unusual sounds and female voices, in the second, obsessive and abstract sound effects, and in the third, a solo flute and some atmospheric sounds.