TONY MANERO was made 2 years before POST MORTEM, a movie with the same director, lead actor and atmosphere... and yet, I can’t believe the difference in quality. Both are dark but, here, there are shots where we can't see anything. There are also shots where people look blurry only when they move. I'm sure it was all on purpose (it was filmed using a Super 16mm camera), but that's no excuse. Even if I was wrong about that, there are other issues. The pacing is unnecessarily slow and, for some reason, the title character (a man that’s so obsessed with SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER that he’s willing to kill) is less interesting than a guy who works at a morgue. Even though there are some shocking moments, the last 10-15 minutes (the most important ones) are predictable.