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(3705) 5.9 102 min 2017

Hagazussa is a movie starring Aleksandra Cwen, Celina Peter, and Claudia Martini. Paranoia & Superstition in 15th Century Europe.

Claudia Martini, Tanja Petrovsky, Celina Peter, Aleksandra Cwen
Drama, Horror
Lukas Feigelfeld

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Horror
Director Lukas Feigelfeld
Writer Lukas Feigelfeld
Stars Claudia Martini, Tanja Petrovsky, Celina Peter, Aleksandra Cwen
Country Germany, Austria
Also Known As Incantations, Hagazussa: A Heathen's Curse, A Maldição da Bruxa, La duodécima noche, Hagazussa - Der Hexenfluch, Árnyék
Runtime 1H 42M
Description The dark legend of the young woman Albrun and her struggle to preserve her own sanity, and tries to explore the fine line between ancient magic, faith and madness at a time when pagan beliefs in witches and nature spirits spread fear and terror in the minds of the rural population.

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Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 13:23

An Ancient Sumerian title for the film, and the last name of the director, Panagiotis Kiritsis, who also wrote the original screenplay. He is now working in Greece and one of the first things he is thinking about is the restoration of his own lost home in the middle of the desert. The director, Panagiotis Kiritsis, lost his wife in a terrible accident in 1985, and she died of a heart attack when he was in hospital. He was on the verge of divorce, and all the drama came about, because the woman's family wanted to know who he is and how he lost his wife, so that they can be awarded the property, which is in a small house at a place called Kamounia, which he had paid a lot of money to find. They are asking for the payment of the property to be released from the police, which has been dragging them to court for months. They wanted the property back, which the police has been sitting on for years. The director's film "Sargon's Wife" is a supernatural thriller, which deals with a woman who returns to the place where her wife died, to claim the property of the house, which was built by the man who had died. She is not a professional architect, but she does it in her spare time, and she has the ability to be a great expert in the ancient construction, which is a very important part of her life. She is able to save the house, but not the family, because she has not the wherewithal to do it. Her husband has been living in a different city, where he has a very important business, and he has found another woman. So the man has to leave, and the woman takes the house, and moves to a big city. The rest of the story is that of her family, with two children and a daughter who does not know who her father is. The woman has been moved to a small city in Greece. This is a film which is very slow, but the actress is very good, and she keeps the audience interested. She is a famous actress from Greece, and she has been doing some roles, but she is now living in Greece, and she is doing films which are very important for the future of Greek cinema. There are some scenes where she has to do long takes, and she is in a very good mood, and the audience is able to relate to her character. But, because the film is very slow, the audience does not understand the movie very well. The story is very confusing, and it was difficult for me to follow what was happening, and some of the actors are not very well known, so it is hard to judge their acting. The director is Panagiotis Kiritsis, who is a very important Greek filmmaker. He is also known for his dramas, and "Sargon's Wife" is a very good drama. It is not a very good thriller, but the director does his best, and he succeeds in telling the story, and that is what counts in a good drama. The director has given a film to a big audience, and he is known to be a very great director. We will see a lot more of his work in the future.

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