Federico Zampaglione’s Tulpa, a sexy and blood drenched homage to the giallo genre, will be theatrically released in Italy by veteran distributor Bolero. Tulpa will premiere at Fanta Festival in Rome on June 16th before rolling out to 100 screens across the country on June 20th. Meanwhile, at the recent Cannes Film Festival, international sales agent Jinga Films has secured distribution for Tulpa in Germany, France, Scandinavia and South Korea. Tulpa will recieve its Russian premiere at the prestigious Moscow International Film Festival in June and will also premiere in Switzerland at Neuchatel Fantastic Filmfest and in Germany at Fantasy Fest.
Starring Claudia Gerini (The Passion Of Christ), Michele Placido (Ages Of Love) and Nuot Arquint (Shadow), “Tupla tells the story of a powerful stock broker who frequents a sex club owned by a mysterious Tibetan guru. Unshackled from the pressure of her job she will do anything to attain a higher consciousness, but when her lovers are murdered in shocking ways, she tries to unmask the anonymous assassin with nightmare consequences.”
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