The directing debut of novelist Jeremy Leven, DON JUAN DEMARCO is a light romantic comedy of the Adorable-Crazy-Person-Cures-Caregivers-of-their-Harmful-Sanity variety.
A loony youth (Johnny Depp) has reinvented himself as Byron's Don Juan. He dresses like Zorro, speaks with a Ricky Ricardo accent and comports himself in the manner of Errol Flynn. He has vowed to kill himself because though he has been with more than a thousand women, the one he truly loves has
rejected him. Psychiatrist Jack Mickler (Marlon Brando)--who's about to retire from practice--persuades the faux Don Juan not to throw himself from a Hollywood billboard by playing along with his ...