After being banished from her village, a peasant woman makes a pact with the devil to gain magical ability.
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Third film in Osamu Tezuka and Eiichi Yamamato's Animerama trilogy, following A Thousand and One Nights (1969) and Cleopatra (1970). It is the only one of the trilogy not to be co-directed by Tezuka, who left Mushi Production shortly after the initial story treatment was written. Tezuka is uncredited on the film. See more
There are no ending credits or a 'THE END' title; all the credits are at the beginning. The opening theme is reprized over a blank screen after the final scene. The 2015 restoration adds a copyright byline and credits for the restoration. See more
Belladonna of Sadness
Music by Asei Kobayashi
; Arrangement by Makoto Kawaguchi
Lyrics by Yû Aku See more