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- Chloë Grace Moretz
- Tilda Swinton
- Doris Hick
- Malgorzata Bela
- Dakota Johnson
- Angela Winkler
- Vanda Capriolo
- Alek Wek
- Jessica Batut
- Elena Fokina
Did You Know?
- In 2008, Natalie Portman was set to star in the film, when David Gordon Green was attached to direct it.
- When Dr Klemperer is escorted out of the building after the big horror scene, they walk on the Western site of the Berlin Wall, and the other (Eastern) site is all darkness. In reality in 1977, all-night floodlights would have been blazing...
- Madame Blanc: When you dance the dance of another, you make yourself in the image of its creator. You empty yourself so that her work can live within you. Do you understand?
- Susie Bannion: Yeah.
- Madame Blanc: You're in a company now. You have to find your right place. You have to decide - what is it you want to be in this company? Is it the head? The spine? The sex? The heart?
- Susie Bannion: The hands. I want to be this company's hands.
Atom User Reviews
You won’t forget the first time she danced
The beginning of the movie makes sense, it starts to get creepy, and then half way through it, it’s like, what. the. hell is going on? It gets really confusing....
It is impossible to discuss the rapturous, experiential masterpiece that is Guadagnino’s Suspiria without dedicating this much space to its thematic density. It’s not a film one considers, but excavates, continually finding additional symbols and meaning within the deceptively simple setting.
Suffice to say, Suspiria tries to do much, culminating in a finale that’s almost laughably over-the-top. But the passion of Guadagnino’s messy vision — the swirl of emotions he conjures on this grand canvas — has a forcefulness that mostly transcends its sizable flaws.
The remake is never uninteresting. But it begets the question of whether the slender thread of story about a coven of witches operating out of a famed Berlin dance academy can withstand all the narrative detail, social context and cumbersome subplots heaped onto it.