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"Lizard In a Woman's Skin" was an Italian thriller (or Giallo) from 1971, directed by the late Lucio Fulci, who was famous for his very gross, very violent, very bloody zombie movies.
Just in case you are not familiar with Lucio Fulci's movies, here's the deal: Mr. Fulci is well remembered for this lovely little quote: "Violence is an Italian art!"
The story of "Lizard In a Woman's Skin" plays out like this: in London there lived a beautiful, uptight upper class housewife, who was plagued by a series of strange dreams about this other woman who lived next door, who also enjoyed a carefree lifestyle of sex, parties and drugs. In one of those dreams, the housewife stabbed her neighbor to death, and a few days later, the woman next door actually was found dead in her house, in the exact same way the housewife had dreamed about. Did the housewife sleepwalk and kill her neighbor? Or did someone else kill the woma