The Devil's Eye (1960)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Fantasy


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Don Juan is sent from Hell to Earth with a mission - to seduce a 20 years old virgin in order to spoil her pure wedding. The mission becomes crazy when Don Juan falls in love for the first time in centuries.


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22 July 2005 | sol-
My brief review of the film
The screenplay is the most interesting element of this film: it presents an original tale with some bits of humour along the way. It is a bit too verbose and talkative now and again, which is very distracting from what is happening on screen, but it very amusing whenever it is amusing. The movie is filmed in a play-like fashion, separated into three acts, and narrated in part. This makes the film feel more like a play, and it does limit Bergman to how much skill he can show as a director. There are still nevertheless some well set up shots, in particular in relation to framing, lightness and darkness. The ending is a tad weak, but the bulk of the film is oddly engaging - atypical and yet still admirable Bergman.

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