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===Story=== Outside of devoted cult audiences, many Americans have yet to discover the extremely stylish, relentlessly terrifying Italian horror genre, or the films of its talented virtuoso, Dario Argento. ''Suspiria'', part one of a still-uncompleted trilogy (the luminously empty ''Inferno'' was the second), is considered his masterpiece by Argento devotees but also doubles as a perfect starting point for those unfamiliar with the director or his genre. The convoluted plot follows an American dancer (Jessica Harper) from her arrival at a European ballet school to her discovery that it's actually a witches coven; but, really, don't worry about that too much. Argento makes narrative subservient to technique, preferring instead to assault the senses and nervous system with mood, atmosphere, illusory gore, garish set production, a menacing camera, and perhaps the creepiest score ever created for a movie. It's essentially a series of effectively unsettling set pieces--a raging storm that Harper should have taken for an omen, and a blind man attacked by his own dog are just two examples--strung together on a skeleton structure. But once you've seen it, you'll never forget it. ''--Dave McCoy'' ===DVD Features=== * Theatrical Trailers * TV Spot * Radio Spots * Daemonia Music Video * Poster and Still Gallery * Talent Bios


Jessica HarperSuzy Bannion
Stefania CasiniSara
Flavio BucciDaniel
Miguel BoséMark (as Miguel Bosè)
Barbara MagnolfiOlga
Susanna JavicoliSonia
Eva AxénPat Hingle
Rudolf SchündlerProf. Milius
Udo KierDr. Frank Mandel
Alida ValliMiss Tanner
Joan BennettMadame Blanc
Margherita HorowitzTeacher
Jacopo MarianiAlbert
Fulvio MingozziTaxi Driver
Franca ScagnettiCook
Renato ScarpaProf. Verdegast
Serafina Scorceletti2nd Cook
Giuseppe TransocchiPavlo
Renata ZamengoCaroline
Alessandra CapozziDancer
Salvatore CapozziDancer
Diana FerraraDancer
Cristina LatiniDancer
Alfredo RainoDancer
Claudia ZaccariDancer

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  • Genre: Horror Movies
  • Director: Dario Argento
  • Producer: Anchor Bay
  • Length: 98 min
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35:1
  • Theatrical Release
    North AmericaAug 12, 1977
    JapanJun 25, 1977
  • Ratings
    North AmericaR
  • DVD Release
    North AmericaJul 9, 2002
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