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Old movie with a ballerina and a tentacle woman, what movie this is?

The movie footage was used by someone in a fan made video of Coil's song "Where Are You?" There is a person standing on the edge beside de sea, a woman fall asleep as the night comes, sundelly what seems to be her soul get out her body dressed like an ballerina, after there's a sequence with aquatic animal and the ballerina near to a tentacle woman.

The video is here, I just need to know what movie this is:
asked Apr 19, 2015 in Name That Movie by FinckBh (1 point)

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This is most likely a (bizarre) rendition (There are MANY) of "The Little Mermaid." (Tentacle woman is actually The Sea Witch)
I could NOT find it online, but I am 99% sure.
answered Apr 27, 2015 by EbolaSandwich (15 points)