Les Visiteurs du Soir (1942) - Rotten Tomatoes

Les Visiteurs du Soir (1942)




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Supposedly a metaphor for Hitler's occupation of France, on the surface this is a fairy tale about Satan's determined interference between two lovers in fifteenth century France. Of course, like all fairytales, true love will always find a way. If Hitler had realized that this was meant to signify his inability to blunt the spirit of the French, he undoubtedly would have squelched its release, which happened after the Nazis occupied France.


as Dominique
Alain Cuny
as Gilles
Jules Berry
as Le diable
Fernand Ledoux
as Baron Hugues
Gabriel Gabrio
as La Bourreau
Marcel Herrand
as Chevalier Renaud
Pierre Labry
as Le Gros Seignor
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Critic Reviews for Les Visiteurs du Soir

All Critics (5) | Top Critics (2)

The dialogue gets increasingly lachrymose, and the slow pace begins to take its toll. Wonderful performances, though, and graced with an undeniable visual splendour.

January 26, 2006
Top Critic

An eerie and often beautiful medieval fantasy parable.

January 1, 2000 | Full Review…

A lavish spectacle with a very simple love-conquers-all theme.

January 9, 2008 | Rating: 3.5/4 | Full Review…

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