2016 release. Digitmovies release the complete edition CD of Carlo Savina's original soundtrack for Contronatura ("The Unnaturals"). Carlo Savina (1919-2002) is an epic name in worldwide film music. He is a prolific composer as well as a conductor for many of his celebrated colleagues such as Rota, Rozsa, Sarde, and Lavagnino. For The Unnaturals he wrote and directed a dramatic OST for large orchestra and saxophone interventions, in which a Requiem religious theme emerges. From the tapes of the recording session we used every note recorded in mono of the dramatic score, and Digitmovies were also able to retrieve all the danceable 1920s melodies recorded in full stereo (in 1969 an easy listening album in stereo was planned, and then apparently deleted). Digitmovies' CD recovers and preserves an excellent OST by Savina, from one of the best films by Antonio Margheriti. Directed in 1969 by Antonio Margheriti, the film starred Helga Anders, Dominique Boschero, Claudio Camaso, Alan Collins, Joachim Fuchsberger, Marianne Koch, Marianne Leibl, Marco Morelli, and Giuliano Raffaelli. The rich Archibald Barret drives his car to Brighton where he plans to deliver some important documents to his lawyer, which will make him the permanent owner of his deceased cousin Richard Wright's assets. With him are his accountant Ben Taylor with his wife Vivian, and the farmer Alfred Singler with his lover Margareth. It is the middle of the night in pouring down rain and his car goes off the road. The five people take refuge in a chalet where they happen upon the owner Uriah and her mother Herta performing a séance, so they are invited to take part. At that moment the woman, who is already in a trance begins to evoke each of the guests' pasts and reveals their faults to everyone present: Alfred was discovered having an affair with Margareth which caused his wife's death; Vivian has an unnatural burning love for Richard's wife; Archibald poisons his cousin in order to take possession of his assets and lets Ben be found guilty of his death; and finally Ben, who is keeping quiet to hide a crime committed by his wife. Two innocent servants are sentenced to death for Richard's murder -- Uriah, to be precise, and her mother. They come back from the dead to take revenge by revealing the truth, which triggers a fight between the five people and ends in their deaths.