(482) DON'T DELIVER US FROM EVIL (1971) Uncut 102 Min!
Movie Banned in France!
title MAIS NE NOUS DELIVREZ PAS DU MAL
[But Don't Deliver Us From Evil]
director: Joël Séria
starring: Jeanne Goupil
and Anne are two best friends at their strict Catholic school. These
young girls have made a pact with Satan, dedicating their lives to being
as outrageous as possible during their summer break. Anne's parents
left her and Lore alone [with the servants] at
the family château.
The girls are essentially unsupervised, totally on their own. They read
dirty books, kill small animals, seduce the gardener and set fires.
They steal hosts from the church tabernacle and then use the wafers
in a Satanic ritual as they marry each other, planning for the ultimate
This film was
banned in France upon its release (due primarily to blasphemy). But,
initially, the French authorities attempted to stop it due to graphic
sexual depiction by underage actresses; however, the case fell apart
when it was revealed that both were over the age of 21. In fact, director
Seria would marry Jeanne Goupil a few years later when she turned 25.
The movie is a fictional account, based on the famous Pauline Parker
| Juliet Hulme murder case in New Zealand 1954,
the inspiration for Piero Vivarelli's EROTIC
GAMES and, most famously, Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures
French film with optional ON/OFF English subtitles; widescreen format,
fully uncut, 102 minutes), DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT.
Extras include original theatrical trailer.
for Adult Audiences only