A Look Behind the Scenes of Federico Zampaglione's Tulpa
An update has come in for the Italian giallo-esque thriller Tulpa including some behind-the-scenes photos, release info, and a look at one of the film's leading ladies. It you're in Italy, you can see Federico Zampaglione's Tulpa at the end of 2012 or early 2013.
The intention is to distribute the movie in two versions, cut and uncut (the equivalent of PG-13 and R ratings in the US). The uncut version will be a limited release .
Below is a look at the house where Zampaglione shot a brutal murder sequence featuring Crisula Stafida courtesy of Splatter Container. In addition are a couple of pictures of a special effects hand made by Leonardo Cruciano of Leonardo Cruciano Workshop srl. Click the link at the bottom of the page for more.
In TULPA, Claudia Gerini plays Lisa Boeri, a respectable and upwardly mobile businesswoman who by night frequents the notorious sex club ‘Tulpa’ in search of dangerous forms of pleasure. When her lovers start getting murdered in horrible ways, she tries to deal with it herself with truly nightmare consequences.
Currently shooting in Rome, TULPA is described as a neo-giallo thriller with strong psycho-sexual tones and containing scenes of extreme violence. It’s based on a story by genre veteran Dardano Sacchetti, with a screenplay by Giacomo Gensini and Federico Zampaglione. It is produced by IDF, Giovanni Emidi, Silvia Natill and Maria Grazia Cucinotta.
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