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The Devil's Eye (Djavulens oga)

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Genre:Comedy, Drama, SciFi/Fantasy
Release Date:January 1, 1961
Running time:86 minutes
Director:Ingmar Bergman

Description: Acceding to the literal interpretation of the folk-saying A virgin is a sty in the devil's eye, Satan employs a reincarnated Don Juan (Jarl Kulle) to seduce Britt-Marie, the young daughter (Bibi Andersson) of a country parson. Poor Don Juan falls in love with the girl, however, while his servant Pablo (Sture Lagerwall) attempts to do the same with her mother. One of Bergman's few direct comedies (he even reassures viewers of the fact in a note titled Dear Frightened Audience), Devil's Eye also harks back to his stage experience by appearing in separate acts--with introductions by Gunnar Bjornstrand. The film is available in two video versions: subtitled and dubbed.~ John Bush, All Movie Guide

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