The Devil in Miss Jones


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The Devil in Miss Jones

  • 1973
  • Directed By: Gerard Damiano
  • Rated X
  • Drama, Fantasy
  • 67 Minutes
  1. Friday, November 8, 2013 11:59 p.m.
Image from the movie Devil In Miss Jones

More Human than Human

Justine Jones (Georgina Spelvin) is a lonely spinster who commits suicide—but as a reward for her otherwise virtuous life, she makes a satanic pact to re-live her life “filled, engulfed, consumed by lust.” One of the key films of the 1970s “porno chic” craze, Gerard Damiano’s Devil in Miss Jones is far more serious, technically polished, and critically acclaimed than his previous film, Deep Throat (1972). Favorably compared to Jean- Paul Sartre’s No Exit, it became a mainstream crossover hit and remains considered a classic of hardcore adult cinema. (35mm presentation)

No one under 18 years of age will be admitted.