reż|dir Andrzej Żuławski | FR, DE | 1981 | 127 min
prod|pro Marie-Laure Reyre scen|wr Andrzej Żuławski, Frederic Tuten zdj|ph Bruno Nuytten muz|mus Andrzej Korzyński mon|ed Marie-Sophie Dubus, Suzanne Lang-Willar ob|cast Isabelle Adjani, Sam Neill, Margit Carstensen, Heinz Bennent, Johanna Hofer, Carl Duering, Shaun Lawton, Michael Hogben, Maximilian Rüthlein, Thomas Frey, Leslie Malton, Gerd Neubert, Kerstin Wohlfahrt, Ilse Bahrs, Karin Mumm dys|dis Tamasa
When Marc returns to Berlin divided by the wall, he learns that his wife Anna has an affair, and no intention whatsoever to end it. The protagonist refuses to let their relationship come apart and hires a detective to follow her. It soon turns out that the real reason behind the decision of the woman is her liaison with a dreadful creature. For her role as Anna, Isabelle Adjani was awarded at many festivals, and the possession scene is one of the most controversial in the legacy of the director.
1981 César Awards – Best Actress (Isabelle Adjani)
1981 German Film Awards – Best Actress (Isabelle Adjani), nominated for Best Supporting Actor (Heinz Bennent)