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Exorcism (1975)
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Director:Jess Franco Producer:Marius Lesoeur Story by:Jess Franco Screenplay by:Henri Bral de Boitselier, Jess Franco,

James C. Garner, Marius Lesoeur Music by:André Bénichou, Daniel White Cinematography:Raymond Heil  Edited by:Pierre Quérut Running time:95 min Country: Spain Language:English Genre:Horror, Crime, Sexploitation   Subtitle:none 

Starring: Lina Romay ... Anne (as Rosa Almirall), Catherine Lafferière ... Martine, Jesús Franco ... Mathis Vogel (as Jess Frank),
Lynn Monteil ... Rose, a sadist
, Pierre Taylou ... Pierre de Franval, Roger Germanes ... Malou, the deputy inspector

 

 

Storyline:
In Paris, the former priest Mathis Vogel writes pornography for a magazine. When the deranged priest watches an erotic show based on a Black Mass, he believes that the cast and audience are possessed and he goes on a murder spree to exorcise the demons of his victims.

Eurociné, a name that can induce fear in even the most hardcore sleaze collector - mostly because the extremely uneven quality and movies that often dares to be so boring that it''s hard to understand without having seen them. It takes some time to get used to their slow pace, cheap sets and non-existent scripts - some once in while they strike gold and Exorcism is one of those surprisingly complex and interesting projects. Without a doubt one of the most personal movies Jess Franco ever made, so personal it could be a double bill together with Bo-Arne Vibenius 1975 classic Breaking Point, a movie that shares a similar gritty and nasty atmosphere. But where Andreas Bellis Bob Bellings just is an office rat who goes over the boarder of insanity, Jess Franco''s adult author Mathis Vogel has been there for a very long time...
 


Special Features:
- Franco''s first ever audio commentary
- Alternate "Clothed" Opening
- Stills Gallery
- Trailer


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