USA, 1973
Length: 122'
Director: William Friedkin

Producer: William Peter Blatty
Production Company: Warner Bros., Hoya Productions

Script: William Peter Blatty (based on his novel)
Cinematography: Owen Roizman
Editor: Norman Gay
Music: Jack Nitzsche

Cast: Ellen Burstyn (Chris MacNeil), Max von Sydow (Padre Lankester Merrin), Linda Blair (Regan MacNeil), Jason Miller (Padre Damien Karras), Lee J. Cobb (Teniente William F. Kinderman), Kitty Winn (Sharon Spencer), Jack MacGowran (Burke Dennings), William O'Malley (Padre Joseph Dyer), Mercedes McCambridge (Voz de Pazuzu)

The Exorcist follows the horrors faced by a mother when her twelve-year-old daughter, Regan, is possessed by a demonic entity. Based on the novel of the same name by William Peter Blatty, the film is famous for its eerie atmosphere, groundbreaking visual effects and compelling performances. Friedkin creates a tense narrative that explores themes like the mystery of faith and the clash between good and evil. Released in 1973, The Exorcist left an indelible mark on horror cinema, winning two Oscars and being hailed as one of the scariest films of all time.