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Sarah (Tiffany Shepis) is a young American from New York City who travels to Italy to join the New Order... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Debbie Rochon and Tiffany Shepis Suffer the 'Wrath of the Crows'
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Nympha (2007)
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Tiffany Shepis ... Sarah
Allan McKenna ... Geremia
Caroline De Cristofaro ... Ninfa (as Carolina De Cristofaro)
Alessandra Guerzoni ... The Mother Superior / Lavinia

Michael Segal ... Marco
Caterina Zanca ... The Young Nun
Giuseppe Gobbato ... Doctor Rinaldi
Federico D'Anneo ... Gino
Francesco Primavera ... Doctor Bellini
Miriam Zuccon ... The Little Ninfa
Sabrina Casalini ... Nun of the New Order
Irene Cestari ... Nun of the New Order
Daniela D'Anna ... Nun of the New Order
Ilenia Mantoan ... Nun of the New Order
Maria Vittoria Mioni ... Nun of the New Order
Alessandra Fagnani ... Nun of the New Order
Alessia Veronese ... Nun of the New Order
Paola Cristofori ... Nun of the New Order
Silvia Bonsi ... Nun of the New Order
Eugenia Serravalli ... Nun of the New Order

Directed by
Ivan Zuccon 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ivo Gazzarrini  written by
Ivan Zuccon  written by

Produced by
Ivo Gazzarrini .... co-producer
Donatella Ravagnani .... producer
Ivan Zuccon .... producer
Valerio Zuccon .... producer
Original Music by
Richard Band 
Cinematography by
Ivan Zuccon (photographed by)
Film Editing by
Ivan Zuccon 
Costume Design by
Donatella Ravagnani 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Daniela D'Anna .... second assistant director
Eugenia Serravalli .... first assistant director
Art Department
Zack Ewans .... carpenter
Alfonso Ravagnani .... carpenter
Valerio Zuccon .... set designer
Sound Department
Antonio Masiero .... sound
Fabrizio Vitali .... sound editor
Special Effects by
Danilo Carignola .... special effects crew
Elena Sardelli .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
Massimo Storari .... visual effects
Camera and Electrical Department
Gianluca Ferioli .... grip
Andrea Marchi .... camera operator
Antonio Masiero .... gaffer
Clive Parker .... still photographer
Edoardo Recchi .... grip
Edoardo Recchi .... key grip
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Micaela Antolini .... wardrobe
Other crew
Roberta Marrelli .... production secretary

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Rated R for bloody violent content, disturbing images, sexuality/nudity and brief language
91 min | Italy:92 min (approx)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Germany:18 (uncut version) | USA:R
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film Arcade dot net: Top 10 Horror Films of 2008, 19 January 2009
Author: geppocreppo from Italy

Nympha: The environment is very secluded and there is a very unsettling mood. It is very cold and empty, ultimately becoming very draining as it is more difficult to watch as it goes along. We watch as someone who only has intentions of doing good for the world is stripped of everything she has including faith and strength. The physical torture is attacked one sense at a time, since it is supposed to be drawn out to bring her closer to God. It has the opposite effect though as the mental torture escalates and turns in to something completely different. The ideas of good and bad are played with a lot, ensuring the viewer that nothing is what it seems to be and evil can be hiding anywhere. The corruption, abuse, and twisted mindset power the film. Tiffany Shepis gives the best performance of her career in Nympha. Shepis doesn't have a ton of dialogs, especially in the scenes where the most is conveyed through her. She depicts so much depth, suffering, and betrayal mostly with facial expressions alone.

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