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La tomba di Ligeia

La tomba di Ligeia (The Tomb of Ligeia) è un film del 1965 diretto da Roger Corman. È un adattamento di un racconto di Edgar Allan Poe. Inghilterra, primi decenni del XIX secolo: dopo la morte della moglie Ligeia, sir Verden Fell si risposa con lady Rowena, ma la presenza della defunta incombe sulla coppia e strani fenomeni sconvolgono la loro vita. Corman decise di girare questo film in modo diverso dai precedenti, lasciando i set e girando buona parte del film all'aperto nella campagna inglese di Castle Acre nel Norfolk. Le riprese del film durarono venticinque giorni. Corman considera questo film il più grande di tutti i suoi adattamenti.

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