Thriller: They Call Her One Eye DVD

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Thriller: They Call Her One Eye DVD

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Growing up mute after a childhood sexual assault, a young girl (played by beautiful cult starlet Christina Lindberg) spends years working on a remote farm. After missing the bus one day, she is picked up by a suave young man who takes her out to dinner, drugs her and forces her into a life of drug addiction and prostitution. Torn away from home, she rebels against her captor only to have one of her eyes gouged out as punishment (in a scene rumored to have been filmed with an actual corpse). After learning of the death of her parents and fed up with the cards life has dealt, she trains herself in the fine arts of fighting, killing and revenge. Transformed into a one woman killing machine (and armed with a sawed-off shotgun) she uses her new skills to enact bloody revenge on those who have done her wrong. Synapse Films has painstakingly restored THRILLER – A CRUEL PICTURE from original vault materials to bring you the totally uncensored version of the ultimate revenge-exploitation movie! Originally released in the U.S. in a heavily truncated form as THEY CALL HER ONE EYE, THRILLER: A CRUEL PICTURE is presented here with all the graphic sex, violence and action intact. Over 20 minutes of additional footage has been restored! This is the film that Quentin Tarantino (Director: KILL BILL VOL. 1 & 2, PULP FICTION, RESERVOIR DOGS) called “the roughest revenge movie ever made!”

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Description

  • Uncut and Uncensored with ALL the Violence, Sex and Gore!
  • Original Swedish Language and English Dub Options
  • Newly Translated Removable English Subtitles for Both Language Options
  • Extensive Still Galleries
  • Theatrical Trailers and TV Spots
  • Outtakes
  • Alternate Harbor Fight Sequence Footage
  • Label: Synapse»
  • Run Time: 107 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1974
  • Region Code: 0

Actors:

  • Christina Lindberg
  • Heinz Hopf

Director: Arne Vibenius

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