Don Juan de Marco

D: Jeremy Leven
New Line/American Zoetrope (Francis Ford Coppola, Fred Fuchs & Patrick Palmer)
USA 🇺🇸 1995
90 mins


W: Jeremy Leven
DP: Ralf Bode
Ed: Tony Gibbs
Mus: Michael Kamen
PD: Sharon Seymour

Marlon Brando (Dr. Jack Mickler), Johnny Depp (John Arnold DeMarco), Faye Dunaway (Marilyn Mickler), Geraldine Pailhas (Doña Ana), Rachel Ticotin (Doña Inez)

Despite a good performance from Johnny Depp as a young man who claims to be the legendary lover, this is a film which doesn't quite work as well as it could have.
Partly a spoof of old-fashioned swashbuckler movies, it gets bogged down with psycho-babble as Marlon Brando's psychiatrist examines the cape-adorned, mask-wearing young man.
Die-hard fans of Johnny Depp will enjoy it more than others, who'll find Bryan Adams theme song ("Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman") the most entertaining thing about it.

Don Juan de Marco
Don Juan de Marco