It is not rare to find a director appropriating, or recalling, the stylistic flair of Alfred Hitchcock, Brian De Palma or Dario Argento.
Make no mistake, the premise of Grand Piano is 100 percent ridiculous. Do you remember Phone Booth, where Colin Farrell couldn't hang up or he'd be killed by a sniper?
Let's get this colorfully simple statement out of the way right now: the slick, stylish, and admirably fast-paced thriller called Grand Piano could easily be described as "P
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