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When Luca Guadagnino’s remake of Suspiria opens in cinemas, people will be talking a lot about the film’s many mysterious elements. One of them has already been put to bed, though, thanks to an article by the New York Times.
The Times spoke to both Guadagnino as well as his star Tilda Swinton to discuss the identity of Lutz Ebersdorf, a supposed first-time actor who plays Dr. Josef Klemperer, the film’s third lead. (The first two being Dakota Johnson as dance student Susie Bannion, and Swinton as dance instructor Madame Blanc). Ebersdorf did not appear at any of the film’s premieres or screenings so many discerned he was actually just Swinton herself in heavy makeup. However, at several recent
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