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There's something about this movie that facinates me,I just like watching it - not much happens, but the feeling of the movie is great.
|Johnny Depp||Don Juan deMarco|
|Marlon Brando||Dr. Jack Mickler|
|Faye Dunaway||Marilyn Mickler|
|Géraldine Pailhas||Dona Ana|
|Bob Dishy||Dr. Paul Showalter|
|Rachel Ticotin||Doña Inez|
|Talisa Soto||Doña Julia|
|Stephen Singer||Dr. Bill Dunsmore|
|Jo Champa||Sultana Gulbeyaz|
|Francis Ford Coppola||Producer|
|Michael Kamen||Original Music Composer|
|Patrick J. Palmer||Producer|
|Sharon Seymour||Production Design|
|Robert John Lange||Original Music Composer|
|Ralf D. Bode||Director of Photography|
|Kirsten Everberg||Costume Design|
"The story of the man who thought he was the greatest lover in the world... and the people who tried to cure him of it!"
"The Best Part of Love is Losing All Sense of Reality"
"If you can't get laid after seeing this film, you can't get laid (from Australian video release)"
Psychiatrist Jack Mickler (Marlon Brando) dissuades a would-be suicide—a 21-year-old, costumed like Zorro and claiming to be Don Juan (Johnny Depp), who is then held for a ten-day review in a mental institution. Mickler, who is about to retire, insists on doing the evaluation and conducts it without medicating the youth. "Don Juan" tells his story—born in Mexico, the death of his father, a year in a harem, and finding true love (and being rejected) on a remote island. Listening enlivens Mickler's relationship with his own wife, Marilyn (Faye Dunaway). As the ten days tick down and pressure mounts on Mickler to support the youth's indefinite confinement, finding reality within the romantic imagination becomes Jack's last professional challenge.
DVD : 1998-01-01
DVD : 1998-02-24