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Isabelle Adjani, Sam Neill, Margit Carstensen, Heinz Bennent View All


Andrzej ?u?awski (Screenplay), Andrzej ?u?awski (Director) View All

Release: May 27th, 1981
Runtime: 2 hours, 4 minutes
A young woman left her family for an unspecified reason. The husband determines to find out the truth and starts following his wife. At first, he suspects that a man is involved. But gradually, he finds out more and more strange behaviors and bizarre incidents that indicate something more than a possessed love affair.
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Zulawski originally conceived the movie as having another major character, Anna's ex-husband, to be played by veteran actor and director Bernard Wicki, but after the first day of shooting with Wicki, he decided to drop the character entirely.
Especially drama works great, as you are sometimes left in the dark to what is happening, which is also what this movie used, and I liked that.