The soul of a young girl with telekinetic powers becomes the prize in a fight between forces of God and the Devil. —IMDb
Giulio Paradisi ( Rome , 21 March 1934 ) is an actor and italian filmmaker. At eighteen, he enrolled at the Experimental Center of Cinematography in Rome in acting class graduated in 1955, his classmates were Nando Cicero , Mario Longo , Luisa Rivelli , Anita Todesco , teachers were Tina Lattanzi , Tamberlani Carlo and Dina Perbellini. Take was small parts in films of the period including Pity She’s a rogue (Blasetti), and The runaways (Maselli).
In 1959 , he was in the cast of La Dolce Vita as part of the group of paparazzi. In the same year he began working as an assistant director to Fellini, Giannetti and Comencini, until the transition to commercials and short films from 1969 to feature films for the big screen. He dedicated himself later as a director of theater. —Wikipedia
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I was candy flipping when I watched this. What in the name of fucking fuck is this fucking thing? Fuck.
A mystical, science fictional, metaphysical, horrorifical mishmash. A talented cast of notables puts in their time in giving very professional performances in this perplexing and disjointed experience… read review