Love is the Devil
A Portrait of Francis Bacon

Love is the Devil - A Portrait of Francis Bacon
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John

This might sound a bit shallow, but that lingering, overhead shot of Daniel Craig lying full on naked in the bathtub was pure poetry. There are all kinds of art...

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Ronald

I agree.

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Walter

Well what can one say when one is dealing with Francis Bacon “ queer eye not for the str8 eye but not so hard on the eyes is that Daniel Craig so worth every naked eye please more give me more thank you Mr Maybury

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Noah

A bit too existential and surreal for my taste.

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Pas

Derek Jacobi plays the artist Francis Bacon. Daniel Craig is cast as his lover, George Dyer.

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Dylan

Who can resist James Bond (really Daniel Craig) as Francis Bacon, the notorious and iconic British painter? There are no paintings by Francis Bacon in "Love Is the Devil" (permission refused Bacon estate) but the film itself look like a Bacon, with filters distorting faces, reflections in ...Read more

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