I'm not sure how I missed this one, but apparently Dario Argento recently had a film released in theaters. It's titled Mother of Tears, and it has been around for a while now, and unfortunately it isn't getting a lot of press or anything along those lines.
According to wikipedia.org, here's the plot:
Sarah Mandy (Asia Argento), an American studying art restoration at the Museum of Ancient Art in Rome, examines an urn found at an ancient, decrepit grave near Viterbo. Bound within are the relics of a witch known as the Mother of Tears, Mater Lachrimarum (Moran Atias). Breaking the seal heralds the return of the beautiful yet malefic sorceress' powers, and the world is plunged into chaos. A wave of suicides and crime sweeps over Italy's capital as witches congregate to pay homage to their reborn queen. Sarah must eventually discover her latent supernatural powers with the help of her deceased mother (Daria Nicolodi) and confront Lachrimarum at the opulent Palazzo Varelli.
At first look, it doesn't look that good, but the posters look somewhat interesting. I couldn't find the film near my house, but that happens.
Here is the official movie trailer for the film Mother of Tears, directed by Dario Argento:
I don't like the editing on the trailer, but it looks interesting enough. If you can find it in your home town, check it out, otherwise just wait for the dvd release.
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