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According to Vulture: One of the biggest deviations between old Suspiria and new (which was written by David Kajganich) is Guadagnino’s emphasis on the historical context of post–World War II Germany, a nation coping with the tensions of a Cold War that has left Berlin split in two. What happens inside the dance company unfolds alongside the hijacking of ...


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From The New York Times So why was Swinton playing Lutz Ebersdorf? “Undeniably, I would have to say, for the sheer sake of fun above all,” Swinton emailed. “As my grandmother would have it — a motto to live and die by — ‘Dull Not To.’” Still, Swinton and her director had more in mind than just playfulness. Guadagnino had always conceived “...


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The "Landshut" hostage crisis marks the culmination of the German Autumn, which itself adds into the larger themes of German post-war society moving on from and dealing with its Nazi heritage that permeate many aspects of the film. While the original was merely set in 1977 due it being made there, the remake decidedly draws a lot more capital from that ...


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She killed them because they were loyal to Marko only (I wrote Mergo because of Bloodborne ahah). Hence, during the film there is a scene where there is a sort of vote, and the majority vote for Marko, making Mother Suspiriorum lose. In brief, Suspiriorum killed those who were not loyal to her, but to Marko.


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