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Ettore Sanzò (story)
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Release Date:
20 April 1978 (Italy) See more »
Sister Cristina (Florinda Bolkan) plays a nun who takes the teenage girls in her care to a remote house where they rehearse A Midsummer Night's Dream... See more » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Florinda Bolkan ... Sister Cristina
Ray Lovelock ... Aldo
Flavio Andreini ... Walter
Sherry Buchanan ... Elisa
Stefano Cedrati ... Nino
Laura Tanziani ... Lucia
Laura Trotter ... Claudia
Karina Verlier (as Karine Velier)
Luisa Maneri ... Matilde (as Annalisa Pesce)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andy Luotto ... Aldo (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Steven Luotto ... Walter (voice: English version) (uncredited)
Giuseppe Marrocco ... Man in the Bank (uncredited)
Isabel Pisano ... Maid (uncredited)
Luciano Zanussi ... Man in the Bank (uncredited)

Directed by
Franco Prosperi 
Writing credits
Ettore Sanzò (story)

Romano Migliorini (screenplay) &
Gianbattista Mussetto (screenplay)

Produced by
Pino Buricchi .... producer
Original Music by
Roberto Pregadio 
Cinematography by
Cristiano Pogany 
Film Editing by
Francesco Malvestito 
Production Design by
Dario Micheli 
Costume Design by
Dario Micheli 
Makeup Department
Maria Teresa Corridoni .... hair stylist
Corrado Cristofori .... hair stylist
Claudia Giustini .... makeup artist
Lamberto Marini .... makeup artist
Production Management
Paolo Bistolfi .... production supervisor
Francesco Giorgi .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Francesca Roberti .... assistant director
Flavia Sante Vanin .... assistant director (as Flavia Vanin)
Art Department
Augusto La Valle .... props
Silvio Schettino .... assistant production designer
Sound Department
Benito Alchimede .... sound
Luciano Anzellotti .... sound effects
Massimo Anzellotti .... sound effects editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Walter Civirani .... still photographer
Nunzio Colucci .... chief electrician
Renato Doria .... camera operator
Giancarlo Mentil .... assistant camera
Orlando Zuccheri .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Clara Fratarcangeli .... seamstress
Carmela Rimini .... seamstress (as Maria Carmela Rimini)
Editorial Department
Alberto Vari .... second assistant editor
Andrea Vari .... first assistant editor
Music Department
Edda Dell'Orso .... backing vocals
Other crew
Romano Cannavacciuolo .... administrator
Romano Cannavacciuolo .... cashier
Giovanna Lai .... script supervisor
Carmelo Occhipinti .... production secretary

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Also Known As:
"Terror" - USA (video title)
"The Last House on the Beach" - USA (video title)
"The Seventh Woman" - International (English title) (informal literal title)
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86 min
Aspect Ratio:
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The Last House Left!, 31 July 2006
Author: The_Void from Beverley Hills, England

Well, Wes Craven's Last House on the Left sure was an influential film, as there's been a barrage of rip-offs released since 1972, and this is one of them. The Last House on the Beach tends to get put down, and certainly isn't one of the better rip-offs to be released since Craven's masterpiece; but still, I've got to admit that I have a penchant for films like this, and The Last House on the Beach hits the spot. The only real difference between this film and the rest of its ilk is that, as the title suggests, the action takes place close to a beach this time around. Director Franco Prosperi seems keen to capitalise on his film's only original element, as the beach setting is often sun-drenched, and the director has seen fit to implement several upbeat pop-rock songs into the mix...which actually works quite well. The plot is paper-thin as you would expect, and follows a bank robbery. On the run, the thieves decide to hide out in a nice house on the beach; which just happens to be where a nun is taking care of a bunch of teenagers rehearsing a Shakespeare play...rape, torture and murder ensue.

The main thing I like about these sorts of films is that the focus tends to stay on just one idea, which means that the audience is allowed to see into the situation. This film doesn't do it as well as, say, The House on the Edge of the Park, did; but all the actors play their parts well, and considering that there's barely any character on display; it is testament to their talent that we are actually allowed to feel for the characters. Then again, it's always going to be difficult NOT to feel for someone that is being brutally raped and humiliated. This film never received the notoriety of some of its counterparts, and that's hardly surprising as the violence is never particularly shocking and the rape scenes don't go on for long, nor do they occur often. The girls in this film are typically young, which gives it a lot more shock value; but the real problem here is that there isn't a lot of invention, and it ponders along, which may annoy some. I do have to say that I enjoyed the relaxed style of this movie, however, and since I personally found the action interesting; I am perhaps rating is a little above the rating that many exploitation fans would give it.

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