Don Juan, or If Don Juan Were a Woman

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Don Juan, or If Don Juan Were a Woman
Don Juan 73.jpg
Promotional poster
Directed by Roger Vadim
Written by Jean Cau
Roger Vadim
Jean-Pierre Petrolacci
Starring Brigitte Bardot
Robert Hossein
Mathieu Carrière
Jane Birkin
Music by Michel Magne
Cinematography Henri Decaë
Andréas Winding
Editing by Victoria Mercanton
Distributed by Cocinor
Scotia American
Release dates France:
February 22, 1973
Italy:
April 21, 1973
Finland:
April 27, 1973
Denmark:
May 28, 1973
West Germany:
July 13, 1973
United Kingdom:
1974
Turkey:
October 14, 1974
USA:
March, 1976
Running time 90 min
Country France
Italy
Language French
Swedish
English

Don Juan, or If Don Juan Were a Woman (French: Don Juan ou Si Don Juan était une femme...) is a 1973 French-Italian drama film by Roger Vadim. It sees Vadim reunite with his leading lady and ex-wife Brigitte Bardot for their fifth film together. Bardot achieved international stardom and Vadim got his break when he directed her in the 1956 sensation, And God Created Woman.

Plot[edit]

Jeanne (Bardot) plays a modern-day Don Juan-styled woman who prides herself in the destruction of men that have fallen for her charms. She reveals to a priest a murder she committed and frankly details her past sexual encounters.[1]

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Don Juan (Or If Don Juan Were a Woman) (1973) Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved on 21 August 2010

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