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Dance with the Devil

Dance with the Devil
Movie: Dance with the Devil(1999)[tt0119879] Rough girl Perdita and her demonic lover Romeo Dolorosa need humans to sacrifice following Romeo's religion before he can go on a mission ordered by mob boss Santos. They kidnap teen sweethearts Duane and Estelle and travel with them to Las-Vegas. Written byAnonymous
Title Dance with the Devil
Release Date 26 February 1999 (UK)
Runtime
Genres Action, Crime, Horror, Romance
Production Companies Canal+ España, Instituto Mexicano de Cinematografía (IMCINE), Lolafilms
Rosie Perez
Rosie Perez...
Perdita Durango...
Javier Bardem
Javier Bardem...
Romeo...
Harley Cross
Harley Cross...
Duane...
Aimee Graham
Aimee Graham...
Estelle...
James Gandolfini
James Gandolfini...
Dumas...
Demián Bichir
Demián Bichir...
Catalina (as Dem...
Carlos Bardem
Carlos Bardem...
Reggie...
Santiago Segura
Santiago Segura...
Shorty Dee...
Don Stroud
Don Stroud...
Santos...
Alex Cox
Alex Cox...
Doyle...

Reviews

dr.gonzo-4 on 17 March 2001
I picked up DANCE WITH THE DEVIL at the local video store, basically because Rosie Perez was on the cover holding a double-barrel shotgun. Need I say more? Okay I will. Originally titled "Perdita Durango" after Rosie's character, this is one twisted, shocking, and absolutely fantastic film. Although a little on the low budget-side, it definitely makes up for it with a killer script and terrific performances from the entire cast. It was based on the novel by Barry Gifford who also co-wrote the screenplay. You might remember him from writing David Lynch's films WILD AT HEART and LOST HIGHWAY. Although Perdita is the main character of the film, there is little known about who she really is and what she is all about. Javier Bardem basically steals the show through his intense performance as Romeo, the devil with the rattlesnake boots. Of course we cannot forget James "Tony Soprano" Gandolfini who delivers a great role as a narcotics detective. Like some kind of twisted cross between NATURAL BORN KILLERS and DESPERADO, this film never lets up from start to finish. It's definitely a contemporary cult classic chock full of violence, sex, drugs, dark humor, voodoo, and......Hey I don't want to give it all away, just see it!!!

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