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Filmmaker Anna Biller discusses her homage to 1960s horror in The Love Witch.

Anna Biller: The Love Witch

Filmmaker Anna Biller discusses her homage to 1960s horror in The Love Witch.

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Elaine is a witch looking for love. She might find it if she’d stop killing the men she’s dating. The Love Witch is a sendup of 70s sexploitation films with a feminist flair.

In 'Love Witch,' woman takes matters into her own hands

Elaine is a witch looking for love. She might find it if she’d stop killing the men she’s dating. The Love Witch is a sendup of 70s sexploitation films with a feminist flair.

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