Succubus (film)  

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Succubus (Necronomicon - Geträumte Sünden) is a 1968 West German horror film directed by Jesús Franco. The film stars Janine Reynaud as Lorna Green, a performer a nightclub who performs acts that involve eroticly charged sadomasochistic murders. It is suggested that Lorna may be under mind control by a man who might be actually be Satan (Michel Lemoine) which draws her to a the night in the future when she actually begins to kill people.

Succubus was Franco's first film made entirely outside of Spain. During production, the German backers for the film fell out leading to the producer contacting Pier A. Caminnecci to finance the film.

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