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Lang Thompson <[log in to unmask]>
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Sun, 25 Oct 1998 23:17:41 -0500
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Since D'Amato has a strong cult following (don't ask me why) all of his
films are easily available from gray area video labels and on the tape
trading circuits.  Midnight Video ([log in to unmask]) has an uncut copy
(incl hardcore footage) with no subtitles; I've never ordered from them but
they have a good reputation.  Trash Palace
( advertises a similar no
subtitles version; possibly the same.  I've dealt with Trash Palace once
and they did a good job.  It's also available from Video Search of Miami
(, which probably has the largest collection of D'Amato
(and nunsploitation) films & their's may have subtitles.  LT
At 11:09 AM 10/23/98 +0200, you wrote:
>I would like to know if any of you you have any idea of where can I find the
>following movie:
>"Immagini di un convento", (Also known as "Les Amours interdites d' une
>religieuse" or "Dreams in the Convent") by Joe D'Amato, made in 1979.
>I would like a VHS copy.
Lang Thompson
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