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The Stendhal Syndrome
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The Stendhal Syndrome 1996

description written by member Ben:

The title of the film refers to a mental condition in which a person is disoriented and overcome by works of art, causing them to hallucinate and even pass out. Detective Anna Manni (Asia Argento) travels to Florence on the trail of a serial rapist / killer (Thomas Kretschmann), ending up as his victim due to her sensibility to art and being struck by the Stendhal Syndrome.

Release Date:January 26th, 1996
Running Time:113 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsDario Argento
Written By:
No image existsDario Argento
No image existsFranco Ferrini
No image existsGraziella Magherini
Asia ArgentoAsia Argento
No image existsThomas Kretschmann
No image existsMarco Leonardi
No image existsLuigi Diberti
No image existsPaolo Bonacelli
No image existsJohn Quentin
No image existsFranco Diogene
No image existsVera Gemma
No image existsVeronica Lazar

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The Stendhal Syndrome Movie Review by Movie Addict (11/17/2007)

Troma remastered this director's cut of the dark Dario Argento film that features not only cutting edge CGI and special effects that had not been used in Italian horror previously, but also his own daughter in the lead. It had to be somewhat difficult directing a rape scene that includes your daughter.

The haunting music...

(complete The Stendhal Syndrome review by Movie Addict)

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