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Two young convent girls become friends and decide to spend the summer together. However, their innocent bicycle rides and walks in the country soon develop a much more sinister side. Influenced by their reading of forbidden books, they decide to explore the world of perversion and cruelty. They find a victim and use their innocent exterior to seduce and destroy him. Once they have stepped over the line, they find it impossible to stop. Soon they are contemplating the ultimate evil act. Hugely controversial, the film was banned for blasphemy and has never been released in the US before. It's a film that should be viewed only by those with very open minds.
"..undoubtedly something of a blasphemous masterpiece" -- Rue Morgue
"poetic, beautiful, shocking, and darkly hilarious" --Mondo Digital
Nothing here 'evil'. I expected that they made some pact with evil and there'd be a lot of supernatural elements in this. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
In the French movie Don't Deliver Us from Evil (1971) [French: Mais ne nous délivrez pas du mal) early-teens, Anne and Lore, indulge in malicious activities during summer... Read morePublished on September 4, 2013 by The Writer Mo Ibrahim