Mit dem Horrorfilm „Suspiria“, dem ersten Teil der Muttertrilogie, hat Dario Argento im Jahr einen unvergesslichen Klassiker geschaffen. Suspiria ist das Remake des gleichnamigen italienischen Horrorfilms von Dario Argento aus dem Jahr Suspiria. ()2 Std. 32 MinX-RayUHD A darkness swirls at the center Zugegeben, der original „Suspiria“ Film von Dario Argento von ist auch.
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Die junge Susie Bannion zieht nach dem Tod ihrer Mutter aus Ohio in den Westen des geteilten Berlins der er-Jahre. Susie schreibt sich in einer renommierten Tanzakademie ein. Zur selben Zeit verschwindet eine Tanzschülerin namens Patricia. Die. Suspiria (lateinisch für Seufzer) ist ein italienisch-US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Luca Guadagnino. Der Film ist eine Neuverfilmung von Dario Argentos. Suspiria (lat. Seufzer) ist ein italienischer Horrorfilm mit surrealistischen Elementen von Dario Argento aus dem Jahre Er wurde zum ersten Teil von. Suspiria ist das Remake des gleichnamigen italienischen Horrorfilms von Dario Argento aus dem Jahr Suspiria. ()2 Std. 32 MinX-RayUHD A darkness swirls at the center Zugegeben, der original „Suspiria“ Film von Dario Argento von ist auch. Der Film: Suspiria. Ort: Deutschland. Eine Ballettschule. Horror, Terror, die Zeit: er. So viel zu den Marie Antoinettes, die nur "einen Film anschauen" - und. Suspiria. Die Regisseure Luca Guadagnino und David Kajganich wagen sich an ein Remake des Horrorklassikers "Suspirio" von Dario Argento aus dem Jahr.
Suspiria (lat. Seufzer) ist ein italienischer Horrorfilm mit surrealistischen Elementen von Dario Argento aus dem Jahre Er wurde zum ersten Teil von. Suspiria. Die Regisseure Luca Guadagnino und David Kajganich wagen sich an ein Remake des Horrorklassikers "Suspirio" von Dario Argento aus dem Jahr. Der Film: Suspiria. Ort: Deutschland. Eine Ballettschule. Horror, Terror, die Zeit: er. So viel zu den Marie Antoinettes, die nur "einen Film anschauen" - und. Produktionsländer ItalienUSA. Jetzt auf Amazon Prime und 2 weiteren Anbietern anschauen. Thom Yorke. Für Guadagnino ist die Antwort darauf zu Blacklist Darsteller Selbstbestimmung. Franco Good Wife Staffel 5. Zombie - Dawn Of The Dead. Der sichtlich geschwächte und verwirrte Dr.
Olga Susanna Javicoli Pat Hingle Rudolf Schündler Milius Udo Kier Frank Mandel Alida Valli Miss Tanner Joan Bennett Madame Blanc Margherita Horowitz Teacher Jacopo Mariani Albert Fulvio Mingozzi Taxi Driver Franca Scagnetti Edit Storyline Suzy Bannion travels to Germany to perfect her ballet skills.
Taglines: From the first minute to the last minute, it's a nerve-shattering experience! Genres: Horror. Edit Did You Know? Trivia Udo Kier is dubbed in this film due to technical difficulties with the sound while filming his scene.
Goofs The morning Suzy arrives at the school, Miss Tanner tells Suzy that they were expecting her the night before.
Suzy replies that she had arrived at the school the night before, at 10 o'clock, but the door was locked.
However on her way up the staircase, when Madame Blanc is explaining to the officers about the murdered girl's expulsion, Suzy interrupts to say she saw a girl leaving when she arrived at Quotes [ first lines ] Narrator : Suzy Banyon decided to perfect her ballet studies in the most famous school of dance in Europe.
She chose the celebrated academy of Freiburg. One day, at nine in the morning, she left Kennedy airport, New York, and arrived in Germany at p.
Alternate Versions The remixed soundtrack on the Anchor Bay release omits a line of dialogue near the conclusion when Susy is creeping down the secret hallway.
It cuts out Tanner's faintly-heard declaration "All right, we must come to a decision. The situation can no longer be tolerated.
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You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Matt Goldberg of Collider interprets a perfidious form of motherhood as a core theme of the film, as he notes the matrons merely pretend "to be motherly towards the students, [but] they're actually just using them for their power.
Mothers aren't supposed to have favorites, but deep down they often do—and Madame Blanc's is Susie from the moment of her audition.
For the majority of the film, Susie appears to be an otherwise normal woman who finds her natural talents rewarded and prized by the coven.
But her shadow self is soon awoken, which we are meant to fear. Susie unleashes her libido as the rapturous demon below claws at the floor.
She turns deeply sexual, almost becoming carnal as she writhes to the ground. Guadagnino is repeatedly hitting on a world where power has been abused, and those who feel no guilt or shame are running rampant.
We see it in Klemperer's history as a Holocaust survivor; we see it in the current events that pop up in the news during the movie; and we see it inside the coven where the older women who are supposed to be teaching and helping the students are instead preying on them.
The movie isn't saying that powerful women are bad; it's saying that anyone who abuses their power to their own ends rather than serving others is perverting that power.
He's the "witness" and from the perspective of witnessing a fascist rise to power—in his case, Nazi Germany —he is responsible for watching and doing nothing.
However, it's people in power who need guilt and shame. Some critics have alternately interpreted the representation of the coven's power as inspiring fear of women's autonomy and linking it solely with violence.
Madam Blanc She and the other matrons can inflict injuries on dancers whenever and wherever they want. The witches frequently inflict or inspire violence—their actions, after all, are what make this a horror movie.
But some critics say this makes it seem like a woman with a great amount of power is someone who should be feared.
Evil is disturbingly natural in Suspiria , where sometimes only further violence can make room for good to exist at all. A remake of Suspiria was announced in by director David Gordon Green , who had co-written a script with his sound designer.
I don't mean musical opera, but it would be incredibly heightened music, and heightened and very operatic and elegant sets. In September , at the 72nd Venice Film Festival , Guadagnino announced plans to direct a "remake" of Suspiria with the four main actors of his film A Bigger Splash , which had premiered at the festival.
I was so terrified, but as always with something that terrifies you, I was completely pulled in. I think the process of how that movie influenced my psyche probably has yet to stop, which is something that happens often when you bump into a serious work of art like Suspiria.
I think the movie I made, in a way, [represents] some of the layers of [my] upbringing, watching the movie for the first time and thinking of it and being obsessed by it.
Guadagnino said in that he felt Suspiria was his most personal film to date. Horror often loses me when it starts to no longer regard real people in a real world.
And so, I said to Luca when he asked me would I ever be interested in joining him in this, I did say 'I will take quite a practical approach if you're okay with that.
I would want to know how something like this could happen, how it would work, what the hierarchy of the coven would be, you know, all of those practical questions that normally aren't maybe of interest to a typical horror film, whatever that is,' and he was all for it.
And so, I did quite a lot of research and to actual witchcraft and covens and we did quite a lot of research into the period that it's set in, what was going on in feminist politics and feminist art then, and how were concerns being exploited from the inside out and how that might look inside of the context of the occult.
And so, you know, we did try to ground it and how real people in these fantastical situations might behave. Kajganich chose to set the film in Berlin in —the year the original film was released—during the series of terrorist events known as the " German Autumn ".
Guadagnino was mostly interested in the witchcraft and solidarity among women aspects of Kajganich's script, themes which he said have been "perverted by the official history and the official religions as making a bargain with the devil.
The witchcraft that I'm interested in also has a lot to do with what, psychoanalytically, is called the concept of the terrible mother, which you can see also in some religions, particularly in the Kali goddess.
It was too much of an opportunity for me and David to actually say, 'It's — deal with it, let's make it the center of the story.
On November 23, , Guadagnino confirmed  that Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson had been cast in the film and that shooting was scheduled to begin in August , with release set for Swinton, a friend and frequent collaborator of Guadagnino who had also co-starred in A Bigger Splash , was cast in three roles: Madame Blanc, the lead choreographer of the academy; Helena Markos, its decrepit matron; and Dr.
Josef Klemperer, a psychologist who becomes embroiled in the coven. Luca is Luca and there's kind of no mistaking it for anything else.
He'll let you do the craziest stuff on screen and won't bat an eye, he'll tell you to go farther. Jessica Harper , who played Suzy Bannion in the original film, also joined the cast as Anke Meier, the wife of Klemperer who disappeared during the Nazi invasion.
The role of Dr. Josef Klemperer is portrayed by Swinton, although it is credited as played by an actor named Lutz Ebersdorf in the film and its promotional material, and the filmmakers maintained that Ebersdorf was a real psychoanalyst until a month after the film's premiere.
In March , photographs of a seemingly old man spotted on the film's set were published online, identifying the man as Swinton in heavy prosthetic makeup.
Klemperer has been played by Professor Lutz Ebersdorf, a psychoanalyst and not at all a professional actor. Though I strongly suspect Suspiria will be the only film I ever appear in, I like the work, and I do not mind getting up very early.
Writing for Vanity Fair , Joanna Robinson reported that when the film screened at Fantastic Fest in Austin, Texas, on September 23, , the audience was certain that the role of Klemperer was played by Swinton.
Robinson speculated that the filmmakers wrote the role and cast Swinton in order for the film to have both an outsider's perspective and a narrative of female power.
Klemperer was played by Lutz Ebersdorf and Ebersdorf was played by her. The intention was never to fool anybody.
The genius of [makeup artist] Mark Coulier notwithstanding, it was always our design that there would be something unresolved about the identity of the performance of Klemperer.
Inbal Weinberg, the film's production designer, commented: "When we arrived in Italy, we went to scout for alternative places, because this was logistically going to be almost a nightmare For the film's climactic sabbath scene, the production used a loggia in the hotel, filling in its arches which were then meticulously covered with braided hair.
The filming conditions at the Grand Hotel Campo dei Fiori were described as uncomfortable by the cast and crew,  as the film was shot in the winter months and the hotel was inefficiently heated with gasoline space heaters.
It was cold and dark and scary Like its predecessor, Suspiria was shot on 35mm film stock. In contrast to the original, Guadagnino's film uses primary colors sparingly.
Dario Argento and let's face it, Luciano Tovoli , his wonderful D. The way in which they made those colors — not just simple gels in front of lights, they were using velvet and they were really sculpting the light — [that] has influenced filmmakers for so long.
I think everything that could have been said through that style has been said. In opting for a more muted color palette, the filmmakers used cinematographer Michael Ballhaus 's work in the films of Rainer Fassbinder as reference points, as well as the work of modernist artist Balthus , which Guadagnino felt "created such uncanny eeriness and fear".
Makeup artist Mark Coulier, who had previously worked on several Clive Barker film adaptations such as Nightbreed and Candyman , served as the film's makeup effects coordinator.
The witches' sabbath that serves as the climax of the film was technically complicated due to Swinton's portrayal of three roles, each of which required their own unique and extensive makeup effects, as well as full-body prosthetics.
It was a big challenge, and we had about 20 people on set, all applying makeups for that long sequence. Unlike the original film, which, though set at a ballet academy, featured very little on-screen dancing,  Guadagnino's Suspiria utilizes dance as a key plot device.
Damien Jalet choreographed the elaborate dance sequences in the film. Aside from Johnson and Goth, all of the actresses in the on-screen dance scenes were professional dancers.
Radiohead singer Thom Yorke composed the score, his first feature film soundtrack. I kept thinking to myself that it's a form of making spells.
So when I was working in my studio I was making spells. I know it sounds really stupid, but that's how I was thinking about it. In promotion for the film, a scene was screened during a luncheon at the CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Nevada , in April This film will make most people feel uneasy.
Suspiria held its world premiere at the 75th Venice International Film Festival on September 1, Suspiria was released in the United States on digital platforms on January 15, , and on Blu-ray on January 29, through Lionsgate.
The digital and Blu-ray releases include three behind-the-scenes featurettes. The critical responses to Suspiria were strongly polarized upon its release.
The website's critical consensus reads, " Suspiria attacks heady themes with garish vigor, offering a viewing experience that's daringly confrontational—and definitely not for everyone.
Commenting on the horror elements of the film, Andrew Whalen of Newsweek deemed it "a powerful and dread-inducing experience even before it reveals itself to be not just an arthouse exploration of a horror aesthetic.
If the blood runs pretty in the old Suspiria , it's urine here that trickles down the legs of a painfully contorted ballerina. The Los Angeles Times ' s Justin Chang felt that the reimagining of witchcraft is "boldly absurd" and concluded: "By the time the phantasmagorical finale arrives, you are flooded with blood and viscera, yes, but also something even more unsettling — a sudden onrush of feeling, a deep, overpowering melancholy.
It's the most startling of the movie's transfigurations, and it returns us to the primordial theme of motherhood. Can a splash be so big that it drowns the senses?
How does such a film cohere? The second time around, I followed the flow, and found that what it led to was not terror, or disgust, but an unexpected sadness.
The film's length and pacing were noted by several critics who had varying opinions: David Rooney of The Hollywood Reporter criticized the film for being "unnecessarily drawn out" with "too many discursive shifts to build much tension,"  while Peter Bradshaw of The Guardian described it as "more an MA thesis than a remake Unlike Argento, who seemed content to deliver a nastily updated fairy tale in 90 or so minutes, Guadagnino continues casting about for meaning, which perhaps explains why he keeps adding more stuff, more mayhem, more dances.
Numerous critics commented on the themes of German history and the Holocaust. The movie has nothing to say about women's history, feminist politics, civil violence, the Holocaust, the Cold War, or German culture.
Instead, Guadagnino thrusts some thusly labelled trinkets at viewers and suggests that they try to assemble them.
The result is sordid, flimsy Holocaust kitsch , fanatical chic, with all the actual political substance of a designer Che T-shirt.
Commenting on the performances of the cast, Kim Selling and Joule Zelman of The Stranger praised that of Swinton, but deemed Johnson miscast in the role of Susie,  while Chang noted Swinton's performance as "one of her more restrained".
The film's elaborate dance sequences were largely praised by critics. Gleiberman praised the dances, writing that they have "so much snap and thrust and rhythm you might call it an art-conscious cousin of the pop choreography of Bob Fosse It's all deeply impressive.
The ludicrous terpsichorean display isn't helped by the costuming; the dancers all wear bright-red ropes tied in what appear to be Japanese Shibari bondage knots.
Argento panned the film, stating that "it did not excite me, it betrayed the spirit of the original film: there is no fear, there is no music. The film [underwhelmed] me", but he did call the film's design "beautiful".
On September 27, , it was reported that the film's American distributor, Amazon Studios, was being sued for copyright infringement by the estate of artist Ana Mendieta.
The suit, filed in a federal court in Seattle , Washington, alleged that two images present in the film's teaser trailer were plagiarized from Mendieta's work.
In an interview with Deadline , Guadagnino revealed that the film had originally been titled Suspiria: Part One , but the subtitle was dropped so that the film would be thought of as a standalone work.
He admitted interest, however, in further exploring the origins of the Madame Blanc and Helena Markos characters, and the future of Susie Bannion—provided the film became a success at the box office.
He expressed interest in making a prequel about Markos:. Wandering through a village and trying to find a way [to] manipulate the women of the village.
I have this image. I know she was there, I know it was six to seven hundred years before the actual storyline of this film.
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