The Devil's Daughter (1991 film)
|The Devil's Daughter|
|Directed by||Michele Soavi|
|Produced by||Dario Argento|
|Written by||Dario Argento
|Music by||Pino Donaggio|
|Edited by||Franco Fraticelli|
|Distributed by||Penta Films (Italy)
Republic Pictures Home Video (US)
The Devil's Daughter (Italian title: La Setta), also known as The Sect and Demons 4, is a 1991 Italian horror film co-written and produced by Dario Argento and directed by Michele Soavi. The film stars Kelly Curtis and Herbert Lom.
Following a 1970s-set prologue, the film takes place in present-day Frankfurt, Germany. Miriam Kreisl (Kelly Curtis) is a young schoolteacher who narrowly misses running down with her car an old man carrying a box. Reluctantly, she takes in Moebius Kelly (Herbert Lom), the mysterious old man. What she doesn't know is that their meeting is no accident. Moebius is the elder of a Satanic sect and she has been chosen to give birth to the son of Satan.
- Kelly Curtis as Miriam Kreisl
- Herbert Lom as Moebius Kelly
- Mariangela Giordano as Kathryn
- Michel Hans Adatte as Franz Pernath
- Carla Cassola as Dr. Pernath
- Angelika Maria Boeck as Claire Heinz
- Giovanni Lombardo Radice as Martin Romero
- Niels Gullov as Mr. Heinz
- Tomas Arana as Damon
- Dario Casalini as Mark
- Donald O'Brien as Jonathan Ford
- Michele Soavi as the magician on TV
- Roberto Poppi. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 2000. ISBN 887742429X.
- Salem, Rob (August 15, 1991). "Midnight Madness Strikes Festival Again". Toronto Star. p. B3.
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