"Breathtaking! This beautiful story is not easily forgotten.
Grade: A" - Entertainment Weekly
"An unforgettable journey through hell under earth,
where Satan is worshipped as king. Exceptionally beautiful images make it a
memorable visual experience." - Variety
"The world so beautifully photographed in The Devil's Miner
- with its festivals, folkloric dances and folk art devils - seems conjured
from the magic realism of Gabriel Garcia Marquez." - Los Angeles
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Running Time: 82 minutes
Language: Spanish w/English subtitles