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Don Juan DeMarco | Sept 12

September 12, 2010 – Don Juan DeMarco

"Don Juan Demarco" Johnny Depp, Marlon Brando, Faye Dunaway at the Raleigh Rialto theatre

"Don Juan Demarco" Johnny Depp, Marlon Brando, Faye Dunaway. Photo by Merrick Morton – © MPTV – Image courtesy

USA, 1995, Color, Rated PG-13, 91 Minutes.

Directed by Jeremy Leven. Starring Marlon Brando, Johnny Depp, Faye Dunaway.

In a wonderful late-career performance, Marlon Brando plays Dr. Jack Mickler, a clinical psychiatrist on the brink of retirement from a New York mental hospital. He is assigned to care for a dashing but suicidal young man, John R. DeMarco (Johnny Depp), who wears a mask and cape and claims to be the great lover, Don Juan. The avowed seducer of more than a thousand women has been brought low at the hands of his one true, but unobtainable, love. With just ten days to cure “Don Juan” of his delusion, Mickler has him relate his fantastical life story. As their sessions unfold, the passionate youth exerts a powerful effect on the hospital staff and on Mickler’s own relationship with his wife, Marilyn (Faye Dunaway). The world-weary doctor starts to believe that his patient might really be Don Juan after all.

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