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lucy 📀’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
one of Dario Argento's last great masterpiece of the 1970s and 1980s, 'Opera' or known as 'Terror at the Opera' and it was such an unsettling but with paranoia and fear as the main character, Betty, have to witnessed the gorier deaths of whose works on the opera production of 'Macbeth'.
The visuals are still the same as 'Suspiria' and 'Inferno', noted the use of lighting effects to make it more disquiet and full of anxiety. The camera movements are exceptional and the scenes are excellent, especially Stefano, Giulia and Mira's death really make it more intense and more alarming as it all came down to Betty as the killer with such disturbing obsession on her kills everyone.
Everything was perturbingly fun until the final parts contained with stunningly beautiful landscapes of Swiss mountains, it sort of becomes dull for a short moment and then the ending are rushed. Anyway, it was fun to watch!