Luca Guadagnino, with Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, Mia Goth, Ingrid Caven, Chloë Grace Moretz, Jessica Harper.
the New ”Suspiria” has both its advantages and disadvantages:
It is extremely stylish. Have good actors. Delicious dance and set design.
But... to be a horror film is the unusual little nasty.
During last year took Luca Guadagnino place in the modern film history with ”Call me by your name”. So engaging, that it quickly became a classic among the gayromantiska movies. So beautiful, that tourists flock in its footsteps to the small Italian town where the movie was filmed.\\nMindre expected was that he would follow up the success with a remake of a small dirty Italian B-hammer film from 1977. Dario argento's ”Escape from hell” is a pretty boring story, but became cult thanks to the fact that it came at the right time, had the wacky colors and cool music.\\nFilmesteten Guadagnino takes on skräckhistorien – young actress (Dakota Johnson) goes with in a balettrupp in 1970s west Berlin – as if it would be more profound than it is. Humorbefriad and also quite pretentious is also the new ”Suspiria” almost an hour longer than the original. What the film has is lots of dancing, delicious production design, and music and good actors, Dakota Johnson shows that she can more than see the horny out in the ”Fifty shades...”series of films, and Tilda Swinton impresses in multiple roles.\\you, ultimately, there's got to be a hammer film with witches and other supernatural. And which fails the director, ”Suspiria” scares only a few macabre scenes.\\n