Devil in the Flesh (1986 film)
|Devil in the Flesh|
English-language theatrical poster
|Directed by||Marco Bellocchio|
|Produced by||Leo Pescarolo|
|Screenplay by||Marco Bellocchio
Ennio De Concini
|Based on||Le Diable au corps by
|Music by||Carlo Crivelli|
|Edited by||Mirco Garrone|
|Distributed by||Bac Films|
|Running time||114 min|
An Italian high school student named Andrea becomes infatuated with Giulia, an older woman he sees outside his classroom window. Giulia's fiance, a leftist radical, has been jailed and is currently on trial for political crimes. Andrea and Giulia meet, and begin rendezvousing at her apartment, where a sexual relationship quickly unfolds. The situation is complicated when the fiance's mother becomes suspicious. Andrea's father (who also happens to be the woman's psychiatrist) finally intervenes.
- Canby, Vincent (1987-05-29). "Movie Review – Devil in the Flesh – NYTimes.com". Movies.nytimes.com. Retrieved 2011-03-01.
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