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The Beguiled

Dirigido por Don Siegel
Estados Unidos, 1971


In the civil war, an injured Yankee soldier is rescued by a teen girl from a southern boarding school. She gets him to the school. At first the all-female staff and pupils are scared. As he recovers, one by one he charms them and the atmosphere becomes filled with jealousy and deceit.

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The Beguiled Dirigido por Don Siegel
To write off Siegel’s Beguiled as a politically incorrect relic — or, in the words of Variety’s Owen Gleiberman’s side-swiping Cannes Varietydispatch, a “mediocre Tennessee Williams play staged by Sam Peckinpah as a third-wave feminist horror film” — is to avoid wrestling with one of the true heavyweight American movies of the ‘70s. Because the original The Beguiled is a paradoxical and problematic masterpiece that even a filmmaker with Coppola’s gifts would be hard-pressed to improve.
June 22, 2017
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Siegel’s acidic pastoral is a candidate for the hard-bitten journeyman auteur’s finest film, though it’s got stiff competition… The Beguiled’s female avengers may have kept the film from the Western canon, but make no mistake this has all the fire and fury of John Ford, Nicholas Ray, Budd Boetticher and Andre De Toth wrapped in one bandaged leg.
April 05, 2017
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While the premise of an injured soldier recuperating in a house full of smitten women seems ripe for male-fantasy debasement, the film is deeply interested in the psyches of its female characters. Each key female role has a compelling, well-established personality.
November 20, 2013
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