|Directed by||Sergio Gobbi|
by Georges-Jean Arnaud
|Music by||Stelvio Cipriani|
|Edited by||Ruggero Mastroianni|
Enfantasme was director Sergio Gobbi's fourteenth film which he chose to adapt the novel Enfantasme by French writer Georges-Jean Arnaud. Gobbi described the films title as a play on words based on the French words "enfant" for child, "fantasme" (ghost)" and the verb "enfanter" (to conceive a child). Gobbi stated the film could have been "turned into a product of the Exorcist thread, or a paranormal film, Audrey Rose-style. Whereas I don't want to be conditioned or stick to formulas.
Enfantasme was shot in five weeks in the village of Bormio.
Enfantasme was distributed in Italy where it was distributed by Battistelli on 5 November 1978. In Italy, the film grossed a total of 9,157,000 Italian lire domestically. It was released in France asL'enfant de nuit: Les inconnus aux petit pieds on 8 November 1978.
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