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Gonk comes looking for Susie, using Sarah’s lighter so a) he can see and b) we can tell that he’s evil. Susie runs away into another room, which features among other delights, a technicolor Peacock table lamp – itself a reference to Dario Argento’s debut film, The Bird with the Crystal Plumage.
She hears that same horrible snoring from a few nights before, and realises she’s in the same room as Helena Markos. Trapped in the room, what with Gonk outside, Susie awakens Helena Markos who proceeds to taunt her and sound almost identical to Hoggish Greedily from Captain Planet . Susie grabs one of the peacock lamp’s feathers (which are awfully dagger-like) and throws open the bed curtains to discover Helena isn’t there. Instead, Helena keeps on taunting Susie, and tells her that “Death is behind that door! You’re about to meet the dead! The LIVING DEAD!” – the line is atrocious, which is a shame, because in the Italian dub the line is pretty terrifying, but here it just comes off as narm. The door opens and Sarah’s reanimated corpse appears, ready to stab Sarah with a knife, laughing demonically while blood spills from her mouth.
Susie decides she’s had quite enough of this, and looks back on the empty bed where Helena Markos used to be, only to see light reflecting off her invisible form, in a way that doesn’t at all look a bad 1977 special effect of cartooning on live action film. Susie plunges her make-shift dagger into the outline’s neck, killing Helena Markos and making her appear in the real world.
With Helena Markos dead, the school starts to self-destruct, and as she runs out, Susie sees the coven of witches all dying as well. She makes her way out of the school, despite shit going crazy (this footage makes up the bulk of the trailer) and gets out, just in time for the credits to roll. Literally, Susie walks out the front door of the academy, and the credits start to roll – it’s kind of like the movie just gave up. She’s even smiling! Never mind the horrors she’s witnessed, the persecution by a sinister coven of witches, the fact that she has to now live in a world where she knows the supernatural is real…fuck it, she got out, she can live happily ever after. She walks off, into the rain grinning, while the school burns.
The thing about Argento films is that they don’t usually make sense at the end of the film – and this one is no different. Why were the witches attacking Susie? They had no need to, unless it was just to be inherently evil, but Blanc’s vicious attitude towards her at the end makes it seem like it’s personal, what with the calling Susie “that American bitch” and all… Also, it’s pretty obvious right from the start that this is a coven of witches, and that the teachers are this coven. They try to make it a bit of a “who is this mysterious killer” film, but anyone who’s seen at least two movies in their life will guess it’s the teachers. It doesn’t detract much from it, other than the odd red-herring moments being particularly odd, such as when Miss Tanner and Madame Blanc are talking about Sarah’s disappearance – even though they were the ones who did it… Even right at the start, when Sarah warns Susie away from the school over the intercom – at this point of the film, Sarah isn’t that scared.
The film also has an interesting way to see it – Argento originally wanted his characters to be 12 years old. Imagine all the shit that these girls go through, only for it to be done to 12-year-olds. That’s messed up! BUT – it does explain why, in a genre that’s notorious for it’s readiness to get its women nekkid, there is little romance or suggestive content in the film. In any other film, Pat would towel off in the bathroom NAKED! Susie and the token guy in the academy would be HAVING SEX at some point. But they don’t, cos the film was written with children in mind, and then the ages just bumped up, without editing much of the content. It also explains the silliness of the earlier cat fight – they’re meant to be 12 years old.
Argento also decided to keep all of the door handles in the film above where they would normally be placed, to make the women of the film look smaller. Given that it’s quite effective, and once you know of the original script, it’s hard to not watch the film as though it’s happening to 12-year-olds, this makes the movie even more enjoyable sadistic.
Now having written all that I’ve written here, I need to stress one thing – I FUCKING LOVE THIS MOVIE . It’s woefully acted, doesn’t make much sense, has terrible dialogue and has dated quite a bit – but it’s just awesome . The use of colour is utterly amazing, and it’s so vivid it just adds to this surreal, nightmarish quality in the film. And for what is a notoriously cheap genre, Suspiria looks AMAZING – there’s been so much detail paid to set design, so much attention to the composition of the shots, that you wonder if this is what the filmmakers cared about.
They make these stunning, elaborate sets which are only used for one scene, and then never seen again, but they really add to the film. And the score by Goblin is just awesome. I literally listen to it for fun when I’m doing completely mundane things like laundry. It makes any situation just awesome.If you’ve never seen a Dario Argento film, make this your first. It’s certainly one of his most accessible, and definitely his best.

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