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Steppenwolf: In the bourgeois circles of Europe after the Great War, can anything save the modern man? Harry Haller, a solitary intellectual, has all his life feared his dual nature of being human and being a beast. He's decided to die on his 50th birthday, which is soon. He's rescued from his solipsism by the mysterious Hermine, who takes him dancing, introduces him to jazz and to the beautiful and whimsical Maria, and guides him into the hallucinations of the Magic Theater, which seem to take him into Hell. Can humor, sin, and derision lead to salvation?

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Ratings: IMDB: 6.3/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: December 18, 1974
Runtime: 107 mins
Genres: Drama
Countries: France Italy Switzerland UK USA
Director: Fred Haines
Actors: Alfred Baillou Carla Romanelli Charles Regnier Dominique Sanda Eduard Linkers Helmut Förnbacher Max von Sydow Pierre Clementi Roy Bosier Silvia Reize Sunnyi Melles

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Posted by Encyclops 2 years, 7 months ago ( Edited 2 years, 7 months ago )
+3 | +4 / -1

The movie stays close to Hesse's novel, as far as it goes for a book like the Steppenwolf. The symbolistic content is captured in imagery that can't deny it's origin in the 70s, the main character's development through initiation and transformation is admirably portrayed by Max von Sydow. Watching the film doesn't replace reading the novel, obviously, but makes a visually captivating complement.

Posted by Wolf_Hunter 2 years, 6 months ago
+2 | +3 / -1

Great movie! loved so much i think im going to watch it again thanks che!

Posted by SkyLover 2 years, 6 months ago
+2 | +3 / -1

Very good plot! It's worth it!

Posted by zapater 1 year, 7 months ago
+1 | +1 / -0

Not impressed with the movie,a big 70s pastiche with cheap special effects of the psychedelic era,an absurd and fastidious music score,some ham acting with the only redeeming factor being Max von Sydow performance.....and I'll have to read the book again.

Posted by Chienrouge 2 years, 7 months ago
+0 | +2 / -2

I wonder how closely (if any) the movie follows the book. I am downloading the movie, and I can't wait to watch it.

Posted by cruhst 2 years, 7 months ago
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well this just sounds cool as hell. i can't wait to watch it.

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