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The '70s were a great time for creepy/groovy films, and Baba Yaga is a prime example of this style of film. The witch, Baba Yaga, is a component of many ancient Slavic folk tales, but I'm not sure that she was ever depicted quite the same way that illustrator Guido Crepax and director Corrado Farina shaped their story. This sexy, stylish entry into the '70s art-cinema oeuvre is a welcome addition to Blue Underground's Blu-ray collection, and they've done right by it, though not without controversy.Valentina (Isabella de Funes) is a popular fashion photographer who works as much as possible in all strata of society. In her journey and mingling she comes across an older woman named Baba Yaga (Carroll Baker of How the West »

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