R | | Horror
An American newcomer to a prestigious German ballet academy comes to realize that the school is a front for something sinister amid a series of grisly murders.
Originally, the film was going to star Daria Nicolodi, who was director Dario Argento's girlfriend at the time and who also wrote the screenplay. Nicolodi ultimately did appear in the film twice; she can be glimpsed in the film's opening sequence that shows Suzy walking through the airport, and she also provides the gravelly voice of Helena Markos.
Suzy Banyon decided to perfect her ballet studies in the most famous school of dance in Europe. She chose the celebrated academy of Freiburg. One day, at nine in the morning, she left Kennedy airport, New York, and arrived in Germany at 10:40 p.m. ...
We see that when Pat's host leaves the room, there is a pink bag sitting on the side of the table, to the right of the window. Later, when Pat walks over to the window, the bag is now gone.
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The U.S. home video version released by Quality Video, Inc., lists a running time of 92 minutes (the running time of the R-rated U.S. theatre version) on the box and videocassette label. The tape itself contains the more complete 98 minute version.
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