Dantel Castel in Rome’s Palazzo dell’Oriente: I don’t know what to do

Castel dantels is an Italian film-noir classic set in Italy during the 1950s and 60s, about a man who becomes obsessed with his father’s business and finds a love of music.

Castel was made for $100,000 by Italian company La Barge, and stars Raffaele Bresson, Francesco Francavilla, and Emma de Cesaris.

Dantels opens Nov. 21 at the Rialto Theatre.