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The Exorcist (Director's Cut)
William Friedkin Retrospective
The Exorcist (Director's Cut)
William Friedkin
Horror | USA | 1973 | 122 min
Date & Time
23:10 - Fri. 12 Jun 2015
Publicis Cinémas - S.1

In Irak, Father Merrin is disturbed by the discovery of an amulet representing the demon Pazuzu and his subsequent gruesome hallucinations. Meanwhile in Washington, the house of famous actress Chris MacNeil is troubled by weird phenomena: she is awakened at night by mysterious scratching noises coming from the attic while her daughter Regan complains that her bed is moving.


William Friedkin - Director
William Peter Blatty - Screenplay
William Peter Blatty - Producer
Owen Roizman - Director of Photography
Norman Gay - Editing
Evan A. Lottman - Editing


Linda Blair - Regan
Ellen Burstyn - Chris MacNeil
Max Von Sydow - Father Merrin


For sheer cinematic punch, it’s hard to equal the films of William Friedkin. In 1971, THE FRENCH CONNECTION was released to critical acclaim and won five Academy Awards, including for Best Picture and Best Director. Friedkin followed up with 1973’s THE EXORCIST which was nominated for 10 Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.  Other films include SORCERER, TO LIVE AND DIE IN L.A., RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, THE HUNTED, BUG, AND KILLER JOE.

Year : 1973
Country : USA
Runtime : 122 min
Language : English
Colour : Colour