Morgiana (1972)

Director
Juraj Herz

Main cast
Iva Janžurová; Josef Abrhám; Nina Divíšková; Petr ?epek; Josef Somr

Genres
Horror, Foreign, Drama

Description
Jealous of her vapidly "good" sister's popularity, poisonous Viktoria doses pretty Klara's tea with a slow-acting fatal substance. As the latter grows hysterically weak, the former finds success increasingly compromised by guilt, blackmail, and the pesky need to kill others lest she be exposed.


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