On the eve of her wedding, the beautiful opera singer Malvina is seemingly mysteriously killed and abducted by the malevolent Dr Droz. Felisberto, an innocent piano tuner, is summoned to Droz's secluded villa to service his strange musical automata. Little by little, Felisberto learns of the doctor's plans to stage a 'diabolical opera' and of Malvina's fate. He secretly conspires to rescue her, only to become trapped himself in the web of Droz's perverse universe.
- The Piano Tuner of Earthquakes review by JD
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This film is unconditionally arty. It is mainly strange, occasionally wierd, but never interesting. Lots of pouting women fail to make it sexy, lots of scenes of pointless activity succeeded in making me eject the DVD.