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Lorna the Exorcist
Linda

France 1974
produced by
Robert de Nesle for Comptoir Francais du Film
directed by Jess Franco (as Clifford Brown)
starring Pamela Stanford, Guy Delorme, Lina Romay, Jacqueline Laurent, Richard Bigotini, Catherine Lafferière, Howard Vernon, Jess Franco, Raymond Hardy, Caroline Rivière
written by Nicole Franco, music by André Bénichou, Robert de Nesle, costume designs by Paco Rabanne

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Linda's (Lina Romay) 18th birthday is only days away when her father Patrick (Guy Delorme) starts to receive calls from a certain Lorna (Pamela Stanford), a woman with some supernatural powers who has helped Patrick to get immensely rich, but asks for his daughter to be handed over to her at age 18 in return. Of course, with Linda's 18th birthday approaching, Patrick refuses, but Lorna has long found ways to pull Linda over to her side, ways that include sex of course. But Lorna would prefer to have Patrick hand Linda over to her, and when he refuses, she uses her powers to kill his wife (Jacqueline Laurent), then makes Linda her successor. With the wife dead, Patrick grabs a gun, pays Lorna a visit and shoots her ... but when he returns home, he finds his daughter in his bed, stark naked and legs spread. It doesn't take her long to succeed in seducing dad, then she stabs him, because she is Linda no more but Lorna, having her revenge ...

Jess Franco-regular Howard Vernon plays Lorna's violent servant, Franco himself a doctor at a weird sex clinic.

 

Lorna the Exorcist is pretty much a typical Jess Franco film: There is nudity aplenty in this one, filmed in some rather unusual ways, there is an abundance of kinky costumes, and Franco is just perfect in capturing contemporary architecture and mixing everything together in a dreamlike way to some triplike music. The story of course makes little sense, but somehow that's not a problem with this and many of his other movies ...

Thing is though, Lorna the Exorcist does not rank among Franco's best films, for this it's just a tad too long (~ 100 minutes) telling a bit too simplistic a story, and it lacks the irony that makes Franco's best films so great. It's still a fun piece of nostalgic erotica though, just don't expect a masterpiece ...

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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