Eva (1962 film)
Original film poster
|Directed by||Joseph Losey|
|Produced by||Raymond Hakim
|Screenplay by||Hugo Butler
by James Hadley Chase
|Music by||Michel Legrand|
|Cinematography||Gianni Di Venanzo|
|Edited by||Reginald Beck
|Distributed by||Times Film Corporation|
|Running time||116 minutes|
Eva, released in the United Kingdom as Eve, is a 1962 Italian-French drama film directed by Joseph Losey and starring Jeanne Moreau, Stanley Baker and Virna Lisi. Its screenplay is adapted from James Hadley Chase's 1945 best-selling novel Eve.
A raw Welsh novelist in Venice is humiliated by a money-loving Frenchwoman who erotically ensnares him.
- Jeanne Moreau: Eva Olivier
- Virna Lisi: Francesca Ferrari
- Stanley Baker: Tyvian Jones
- James Villiers: Alan McCormick
- Lisa Gastoni: The red-headed Russian
- Riccardo Garrone: Michele
- Checco Rissone: Pieri
- Enzo Fiermonte: Enzo
- Giorgio Albertazzi: Branco Malloni
- Geoffrey Nowell-Smith. Making Waves, Revised and Expanded: New Cinemas of the 1960s. A&C Black, 2013. ISBN 1623566916.
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