R | | Drama, Horror, Music
A young soprano becomes the obsession of a horribly disfigured composer, who has plans for those who oppose him or the young singer.
Producer Menahem Golan reportedly sunk so much money into the release of the film, with prints and advertising, that when the picture bombed, he had no more funds to release any future 21st Century Film Corporation productions, and had to sign ... ...
So your bubbling was the work of the opera ghost?
Joseph: No it was an accident.
Erik Destler: But you blamed me!
Joseph: It won't happen again.
Erik Destler: No it won't. Your suspended!
When Christine visits her father's grave, we see several close-ups of the black wrought iron gate surrounding the cemetery. In these close-ups, you can plainly see that the wrought iron is actually wood that has been spray painted black.
This Motion Picture is not associated with any current or prior stage play or motion picture of the same title.
$2,050,000 (USA) (7 November 1989)
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