Cinema Europa’s new review of Andrea Marfori’s “The Unfortunate Life of Georgina Spelvin Chained to a Radiator”… which just so happens to be available on #bluray and Vimeo-on-Demand from #darksidereleasing as part of the #SovietZombieInvasion anthology (SZI~TULOGSCTAR) https://cinemaeuropa.org/…/the-unfortunate-life-of-georgin…/ https://darksidereleasing.com/store (special edition comes with double-sided insert and special features)
Director: Andreas Marfori
Writer: Andreas Marfori
Starring: Erika Kamese
The unfortunate life of Georgina Spelvin chained to a radiator see’s a young foreign girl with immigration problems encounter a man she thinks can help. Only to be betrayed in a tale of entrapment, humiliation and perverted sexual obsession
Coming from Italian writer/director Andreas Marfori, best known for his trashy 1988 film EVIL CLUTCH aka IL BOSCO, and featuring the theatrical actress and pop singer Erika Kamese (who looked for a while to become a staple of the modern Italian horror scene), THE UNFORTUNATE LIFE OF GEORGINA SPELVIN CHAINED TO A RADIATOR looks to tell the story of a true event…with artistic licence of course.
Opening with the eponymous Georgina Spelvin (Erika Kamese) nervously taking the subway train, an unseen narrator, sounding suspiciously like a computer programme, provides exposition regarding her situation, in which we learn that…
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