Flavia the Heretic (2003) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Let’s face it. Most who watch a movie like this are either hoping for some good sex and gore and can laugh at the plot, or are hoping for a good movie despite the sex and gore. This one succeeds at neither. It is a quality film, shot with more expertise than is typical of the genre but takes itself a little too seriously. The theme of men having all the power in the 1400s is beaten into the viewer continuously to the point where you wish someone could actually hear you when you say I get it already. I would disagree on the attractiveness of women in the 7os as a few reviewers noted hairy armpits and such. They didn’t have Barbie wannabees back then. Unfortunately the few scenes that actually do show nudity are far from erotic. If you are an ultra-feminist, and don’t mind having your own point of view pointed out non-stop then this is the movie for you.
About Flavia the Heretic (2003)
Starring: Florinda Bolkan; MarÃa Casares; Claudio Cassinelli; Anthony Higgins; Spiros FocÃ¡s; Diego Michelott
Runtime: 101 minutes
Director: Gianfranco Mingozzi