• From Witches to Freud: Six Books That Inspired Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria

    26 days ago - By AnOther

    “The following texts were all part of the specifics of my process in making Suspiria : Sigmund Freud on the uncanny; historian Carlo Ginzburg on the history of the witches' Sabbath; a 1977 interview with German director Rainer Werner Fassbinder; Il Dio delle donne by philosopher Luisa Muraro, translated from the Italian; diarist Victor Klemperer's notebook on the language of the Third Reich; and author Lea Vergine's essay on performance...
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  • The Stark, Chilling Sets of Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria

    The Stark, Chilling Sets of Luca Guadagnino's Suspiria

    26 days ago - By AnOther

    One of the key takeaways of Dario Argento's cult movie Suspiria is that it is very, very red. Sit through a late-night television broadcast or special cinema screening of the super-saturated 1977 classic, and, when it's over, it's likely you'll feel as if the vivid (and, in the context, somewhat disconcerting) hue has been burnt onto your retinas - as it seeps into your peripheral vision long after the film finishes.
    Luca Guadagnino's remake of - or rather...
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