In Sight and Sound magazine, Phillip Strick said it was "not particularly liked at first outing — partly because Johnny Depp, in fake grey temples, personifies the odious Corso of the book a little too accurately — the film is intricately well-made, deserves a second chance, despite its disintegrations, and, in time, will undoubtedly acquire its own coven of heretical fans". Retrieved 9 April The Rum Diary Balkan believes two of the three copies are forgeries. This film is really has a life of it's on, and a life filled with passion, that is.
You have some very rare editions here. Polanski approached the subject skeptically, saying, "I don't believe in the occult. Are you sure you want to sell them all? Balkan explains that the book was written by the writer Aristide Torchia, in , with Lucifer and he was burned at the stake with his entire work. Corso pursues Balkan to a remote castle, depicted in one of the engravings, and finds Balkan preparing the final ritual.
Baroness Kessler Jack Taylor Impressed with the script, Polanski read the novel, liking it because he "saw so many elements that seemed good for a movie.
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