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Flavia the Heretic


Florinda Bolkan, Marķa Casares, Claudio Cassinelli, Anthony Higgins View All


Bruno Di Geronimo (Writer), Fabrizio Onofri (Screenplay), Gianfranco Mingozzi (Screenplay), Gianfranco Mingozzi (Director) View All

Release: Jun. 14th, 1974
Runtime: 1 hour, 42 minutes
Puglia, southern Italy, around 1400. A convent is invaded by the Tarantula cult, whose fanatical and crazed members desecrate the sacred place by committing obscene and bloody acts.
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Flavia The Heretic is a little underwhelming for those looking for more visceral viewing (though it certainly does have its moments), isn't particularly salacious (despite showing a fair amount of flesh) and does sound its message a little too loudly and often (which can make it a little frustrating....


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