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This film is unquestionably a five-star masterpiece, but be forewarned that this New Yorker release is EDITED.
Like most people, Charlie's friends are more pragmatic than he is and manage to make compromises but he simply can't adjust to such a flawed world.
Really, not much more need be said about this film other than that it is close to perfect and stays away from needless detail.
Robert Bresson's 1977 meditation on the state of the contemporary world The Devil, Probably (Le diable probablement) is his twelfth and penultimate film. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Film Buff
The choice of Antoine Monnier to personify the character Charles says a great deal about the genius of Robert Bresson ! Read morePublished 12 months ago by JAMES TRAVIS
Bresson's canon is completely insane. The number of great films he made but also, the combined intensity of those works is dazzling. Read morePublished on July 26, 2012 by R. Williams
Though I hesitate to use the archaic language of religion, on some level I saw Charles (this film's protagonist) as the spirit sputtering and fading in inhospitable times. Read morePublished on December 17, 2009 by thisnameisalive
The Devil, Probably has many of the faults of latter Bresson: here he makes no attempt to make his cast of amateurs convince, reducing them to mannequins going lifelessly through... Read morePublished on January 18, 2009 by Trevor Willsmer