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Climax ★★★½

In a Vice interview Gaspar Noé gave to promote his 2015 erotic romance Love, the experimental French auteur was asked about his experience with MDMA, the party drug (commonly known as ecstasy) taken by the principal characters in that film. 1,126 more words


On the Silver Globe (1988)

When Jazmin Moreno, the programmer for Austin Film Society Cinema’s “Lates” series (“the new cult film canon”) introduced the recent, sold-out screening of Andrzej Żuławski’s Na srebrnym globie (On the Silver Globe), she said that, if you were so fortunate as to have seen the film before its 2016 restoration by original director of photography Andrzej Jaroszewicz, you likely only saw a heavily yellowed print and not in a complete translation. 2,622 more words


WIHM REVIEW- Possession: Isabelle Adjani delivers an explosive performance as a woman dissatisfied with domesticity

Andrzej Żuławski explores the turbulent breakdown of marriage in his shocking psychological horror Possession. Boasting explosive performances from his two leads, Isabelle Adjani is a force of nature, shifting chameleon-like between her two roles as sweet school teacher and maniacal ex-wife. 469 more words


Internal Divisions: West Berlin in Possession and Suspiria

A comparison between two Berlin-based art-house horror films: Luca Guadagino’s recent Suspiria remake, and Andrzej Zulawski’s cult classic Possession.



The Video Nasties #128 - Possession (1981, Andrzej Zulawski)

‘I know a man who loved everything and

he died in a flood of shit.’

A few minutes into Possession, I had to turn the volume down for fear that my neighbours were going to call the police. 634 more words

Movie Reviews

Possession (1981)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 8 out of 10

4-Word Review: His wife goes crazy.

Mark (Sam Neill) is shocked to learn that his happy marriage isn’t so happy when his wife Anna (Isabelle Adjani) asks for a divorce. 511 more words


[Film Review] Possession (1981)

Title: Possession
Year: 1981
Country: France, West Germany
Language: English, French, German
Genre: Drama, Horror
Director: Andrzej Zulawski
Writers: Andrzej Zulawski, Frederic Tuten
Music: Andrzej Korzynski… 614 more words

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