Tilda Swinton Is Totally Unrecognizable in New 'Suspiria' Set Photos


Tilda Swinton Is Totally Unrecognizable in New 'Suspiria' Set Photos


The 'Okja' actress goes incognito for her new role as an artistic director named Madame Blanc in the remake of 1977's movie of the same name.
New set photos of "Suspiria" have surfaced online. Some of the pictures feature first look at Tilda Swinton, who's reportedly portraying Madame Blanc, an artistic director of a Berlin company set in the late '70s. Despite her role as a "madame," the "Trainwreck" star looks like she's aged into an old man in the set photos.

The "Doctor Strange" actress is donning a thick black coat, brown scarf, gray woolen trousers, as well as a black beanie and glasses. Her face is unrecognizable as she sports wrinkles and drooping skin complete with white hair and white eyebrows.



"Suspiria" follows a young American woman named Susie Bannion (Dakota Johnson), who travels to the prestigious Markos Tanz Company in Belin in 1977, and arrives just as one of its members, Patricia (Chloe Moretz), has dissapeared under mysterious circumstances. As Susie looks into the woman's whereabouts under the guidance of Madame Blanc, she befriends another dancer, Sara (Mia Goth), who shares her suspicions that the matrons and the company itself, could be harboring a dark secret.

Based on 1977's film of the same name, "Suspiria" is directed by Luca Guadagnino and penned by David Kajganich. The horror film also stars Sylvie Testud as Miss Griffith, Angela Winkler as Miss Tanner and Malgosia Bela as a Mother. Jessica Harper, the lead star of the original film, will also appear in the remake.


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