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World Cinema: Eve

Synopsis

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Starring Jeanne Moreau, Stanley Baker
with Virna Lisi

A Welsh miner becomes a successful author overnight and has a destructive affair with a strange, provocative and mercenary French woman, beautifully played by Jeanne Moreau.
Set in Venice and photographed by Antonioni's cameraman, Eve, which was shot in English and which was made just before The Servant, marks one of the high points in Joseph Losey's career and is a typical film of the 60s - stylish yet harsh.
(This Week's Films: page 9)

Contributors

Director: Joseph Losey
Eve: Jeanne Moreau
Tyvian Jones: Stanley Baker
Francesca: Virna Lisi
Branco: Giorgio Albertazzi
McCormick: James Villiers






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