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Suspiria

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In a stormy night, the American dancer Suzy Bannion arrives in Freiburg coming from New York to join a famous and expensive ballet school for a three years training. On the next morning, she is informed by the direction of the school that a student she met leaving the place on the previous night was violently murdered and the police is investigating the crime. She becomes friend of another student, Sara, and she realizes that the house is indeed a coven of evil witches.

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RJ Bayley
The film also attempts to affront you with its garish, unsubtle, unsophisticated visuals. Colour is used counter-intuitively in nearly all scenes, the bright, mostly primary lights, blasting into oblivious actor’s faces; it creates a perfectly psychedelic experience.
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Horror Express
Clive Barker once described Dario Argentos SUSPIRIA as what you would imagine a horror film to be like if you were not allowed to see it. I believe that this is a good description of what is unquestionably one of the most entertaining and colorful horror films ever made.
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