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Conspiracy of Torture (Beatrice Cenci)
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Directed By
Lucio Fulci

Written By:
Lucio Fulci, Roberto Gianviti

Cast:
Tomas Milian, Adrienne Larussa, Georges Wilson, Ignazio Spalla, Raymond Pellegrin, Massimo Sarchielli, John Bartha, Umberto D'Orsi, Antonio Casagrande, Max Steffen Zacharias, Mirko Ellis, Gustavo D'Arpe, Umberto D'Orsi, Alfio Petrini, Mavie, Calogero Micciche'


 
Conspiracy of Torture (Beatrice Cenci) (1969)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
March 21st, 2010

Favorite Movie Quote: "A simple soldier shouldn't be too suspicious."

Those expecting a typical horror movie will be disappointed, as the horror depicted here is the Catholic Church's use of torture in the Middle Ages, and their greed. Fulci doesn't flinch from presenting the evil that was the church in that time.

Those who do not like period pieces may find this film dull, but Fulci does a great job producing a work that is both beautiful and interesting.

Adrienne Larussa was beautiful and did a very good job as the title character. Her father, played by Georges Wilson, was an evil man who kept her locked up. Wilson does a very good job portraying someone you really want to see die.

You have to love a strong determined woman. Even in the face of torture by the church, she remained strong.

Definitely not a movie for faithful Catholics.

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