|Directed by||Ildikó Enyedi|
|Written by||Ildikó Enyedi|
|Starring||Gary Kemp |
|Music by||Gregorio Paniagua|
This article needs a plot summary. (October 2015)
- Gary Kemp as Max
- Sadie Frost as Eva
- Alexander Kaidanovsky as Maxim
- Péter Vallai as Kaspar
- Mathias Gnädinger as Police Chief
- Alexandra Wasscher as Lili
- Ildikó Tóth as Lina
- Natalie Conde as Virgin Mary
- Zoltán Gera as Shoemaker
- Philippe Duclos as Monk
- Andor Lukáts as One-Eyed Monk
Film critic Stephen Holden described it as "an unwieldy stylistic hybrid of narrative film making and arty montage" and as "klutzy and vague in its symbolic connections". Deseret News' critic Jeff Vice noted that "Enyedi has an interesting visual style, but she's too busy to concentrate on the storyline". According to Barbara Shulgasser, "Enyedi's visuals, shot by Tibor Mathe, are often beautiful enough to distract you from narrative failings".
- Giovanna Grassi, Tullio Kezich (29 July 1994). "Venezia, Stone in gara fra tanti " deb "". Corriere della Sera. Retrieved 21 October 2015.
- Stephen Holden (June 21, 1996). "Magic Hunter". The New York Times. Retrieved 21 October 2015.
- Jeff Vice (November 29, 1996). "Film review: Magic Hunter". Deseret News. Retrieved 21 October 2015.
- Barbara Shulgasser (July 5, 1996). "Magic Hunter' bullets hit mark". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved 21 October 2015.
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