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La fée sanguinaire (1969)

A man gets delivered a barrel containing a fairy who goes around happily murdering all kind of upstanding citizens.

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Roland Lethem
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To Katinaki To Katinaki ... Fairy
Pierre Lampe Pierre Lampe ... Political leader
Jean-Pierre Bouyxou Jean-Pierre Bouyxou ... First angel
Raphaël Marongiu Raphaël Marongiu ... Second angel
Marie-Louise Duparc Marie-Louise Duparc ... Nun
Jio Berk Jio Berk ... Cop
Chérie Peace Chérie Peace ... Black lover
Spirou Adamopoulos Spirou Adamopoulos ... Blinded little boy
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A man gets delivered a barrel containing a fairy who goes around happily murdering all kind of upstanding citizens.

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Horror | Short

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Exploitative Underground Short
12 November 2001 | by Alex KlotzSee all my reviews

This is a very strange and bizarre mixture; as if Hershell Gordon Lewis had directed a leftist student picture. The outline of the story is so exaggerated that you can't take the gruesome gore effects serious. It's a movie made by students that obviously had their fun making it, and wanted to try how many provocative images would fit into 25 Minutes. If you don't reject scenes of graphic violence you might have your fun with this very black comedy, that someone with no sense of humor could interpret as an allegory on capitalism and feminism.


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Country:

Belgium

Language:

French

Release Date:

November 1969 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Die blutrünstige Fee See more »

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