Indican Pictures Puts the Death of the Virgin on Display

More distribution news is headed your way, this time for Joseph Tito's Death of the Virgin, starring Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Silvio Oddi, Natasha Allan, Richard Eckles, and Jennifer Healy.

The good folks over at Indican Pictures have acquired domestic rights, and to celebrate, we here at Dread Central would like to take this moment to pour out some of our 40 ozs in memory of all of the fallen hymens out there. Respect!

For more visit the official Death of the Virgin website and check out Death of the Virgin on Facebook.

A suspense thriller, DEATH OF THE VIRGIN is based on a true story. Taking place in the town of Caravaggio, the movie is inspired by the apparition of the Virgin Mary in 1432 and the gruesome yet extraordinary paintings of the artist Michelangelo Merisi, who became known as Caravaggio.

May, a young Canadian woman with a horrifying past, travels to the small highly religious town to take her vows into nunhood. There she begins to be plagued by disturbing dreams which become premonitions of real life murders that seem to be related to the paintings of Caravaggio. In an escalation of terror and madness, where dreams become reality, she discovers an obscure secret that digs deep into her past, unraveling a shocking destiny.

This suspense thriller takes the viewer on a journey through the worlds of art and religion, painting beautiful pictures with horrifying results.

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Indican Pictures Puts the Death of the Virgin on Display

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moderator Sounds pretty interesting.
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Sounds pretty interesting. Maybe it'll do for the art world what Black Swan did for ballet!

Submitted by Debi Moore on Tue, 02/15/2011 - 9:12pm.

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