Mother Of Tears [2007]

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Mother Of Tears [2007]

Mother Of Tears [2007]

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As witches from all over the world flock to Mater Lachrymarum's side to witness the second fall of Rome, Sarah learns that her mother was a white witch, and that she herself may be the only one capable of stopping Lachrymarum's evil reign. Dario argento finally completed his mothers trilogy in 2007, ive seen suspiria, and inferno i recently saw, which was good but not brilliant, it certainly had that argento feel and look, Mother of tears, for me, not being able to remember suspiria, stands up really well, certainly next to inferno, it still has the english language, which i never fully understood, especially considering rome setting here and of course, italian charactors, but past that it works, its certainly gory too, with that argento touch. The film itself has some brief FLASHING LIGHTS but I don’t know whether they’re intense/fast enough to be an issue or not. Again, it isn’t that scary, but all of this stuff lends the film a certain theatrical, over-the-top edginess and melodrama.

They include Mater Lachrymarum (Our Lady of Tears), Mater Suspiriorum (Our Lady of Sighs), and Mater Tenebrarum (Our Lady of Darkness). With help from the assistant curator, Sarah opens the box and finds the cloak, a dagger, and three statues representing the three witches. The concluding film of The Three Mothers trilogy provided some reviewers with an opportunity to reflect on Argento's career as a whole, and parallels were often drawn between Mother of Tears and Argento's films from the 1970s and 1980s. A posessed woman chops her toddler in half with a kitchen knife, and Michael's son is kidnapped and never heard from again, though arguably the body being eaten by the witches late in the film is his.Michael visits the Cardinal who sent the urn to the museum, but the Cardinal has had a severe stroke and is now comatose.

Yes, it isn’t the masterpiece that “Suspiria” (1977) was, but it is still a damn sight better than “Inferno” (1980) and it’s a really good conclusion to the “Three Mothers” trilogy too.

When we got there [Rome,] Dario had already done his own pass on the treatment, and we spent three weeks holed up in an apartment, meeting with Dario, visiting the catacombs, and getting the first draft done. According to Varelli's memoirs, entitled The Three Mothers by an anonymous colleague, the architect learned too late of the women's evil nature. Whilst this casting choice may seem a bit nepotistic on the surface, she brings a slight cynicism, weariness and “edge” to the role which is often missing in Dario Argento’s classic films.



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