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Steppenwolf

Fred Haines makes a valiant try to transfer this Hermann Hesse cult classic about the dual nature of man (ordered/animalistic—ascetic/hedonistic) to the screen. But his elliptical style comes across as merely indecisive, and his visual trickery as merely facile. Max von Sydow and Dominique Sanda rub accents and manage to generate a few dramatic sparks (1974).

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