Tiago Cardoso’s review published on Letterboxd:
True feminism is something that doesn’t shy away from the complexity of the female identity. Historically, witches are witches because people decide they are witches. Usually a group of women that decides to be together (independence), and a certain patriarchal voice doesn’t like that (controlling identity). Cinema is not just entertainment, but can also be a reflection of history, of society and Suspiria is able to summon the power of being a witch and not the indictment of being such. Who are the witches?