The Devil Is A Woman DVD|
Set against the surreal and fantastic Carnival in Spain this film tells the story of an older man's obsession for a woman who is desired by all but can belong to no one. Told through a series of flashbacks The Devil Is A Woman deals with frustration lost romance and desire.from£9.35 | RRP:
* Excludes Voucher Code Discount
Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play Set against the surreal and fantastic Carnival in Spain this film tells the story of an older man&39;s obsession for a woman who is desired by all but can belong to no one Told through a series of flashbacks The Devil Is A Woman deals with frustration lost romance and desire Actors Marlene Dietrich Lionel Atwill & Edward Everett Horton Director Josef von Sternberg Certificate Universal Suitable for All Year 1935 Screen Fullscreen 43 Languages English
Marlene Dietrich teams up with director and mentor Josef Von Sternberg for the last of their collaborations, in this romantic drama about a love-triangle involving a femme fatale. Set against the background of Spain's Carnaval, young army officer Antonio Galvin (Cesar Romero) is warned against getting involved with the seductive and sultry Concha Perez (Dietrich), whom he has just encountered. Although Don Pasqual (Lionel Atwill), the older officer warning him, tries his best to dissuade the younger man, telling him of her gold-digging ways, his pleas fall on deaf ears as Antonio soon becomes bewitched. When, days later, he stumbles upon the couple in the street, all of Pasqual's past jealousies and hurt resurface, forcing him to confront Antonio in a final, desperate bid for Concha's love.
More DVDs Directed by Josef von Sternberg
More Titles Starring Marlene Dietrich
More Titles Starring Lionel Atwill
More Titles Starring Cesar Romero
More Titles Starring Edward Everett Horton
More Titles Starring Alison Skipworth
Enter a target price.
Enter your review of The Devil Is A Woman . We will post your review within a day or so as long as it meets our guidelines and terms and conditions. All reviews submitted become the licensed property of www.find-dvd.co.uk as written in our terms and conditions. None of your personal details will be passed on to any other third party.