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(Joseph Losey, 1962)
Release date: 28 September 2020 (OOP date: 30 October 2023)
Limited Edition Blu-ray (World Blu-ray premiere)

Jeanne Moreau (Jules et Jim) and Stanley Baker (Yesterday’s Enemy) star as two lovers caught in a deadly affair in Joseph Losey’s 1962 adaptation of the James Hadley Chase novel.

A highly personal project for Losey, Eve was blighted by producer interference, and was heavily cut for its general release under the title Eva

Powerhouse Films is delighted to present the longest known version of the film for the very first time on home video in this definitive, world premiere Blu-ray edition.


  • Brand new 2K scan of Eye Filmmuseum’s photochemical restoration of the longest known version of the film, with optional extended ending (126 mins)
  • High Definition remaster of the original European theatrical release version of Eva (109 mins)
  • High Definition remaster of the alternative The Devil’s Woman version (108 mins)
  • Original mono audio
  • Other Places (1967, 9 mins): director Joseph Losey discusses Eve in this extract from the French television programme Cinéma
  • Appetite for Destruction (1972, 5 mins): extract from the French television programme Tête d’affiche, featuring star Jeanne Moreau in conversation with actor France Roche
  • The BEHP Interview with Reginald Beck (1987, 126 mins): archival audio recording, made as part of the British Entertainment History Project, featuring the editor, and regular Losey collaborator, in conversation with Alan Lawson
  • All About Eve (2020, 19 mins): interview with filmmaker Gavrik Losey, son of Joseph Losey
  • A Creation Myth (2020, 24 mins): appreciation by author and film historian Neil Sinyard
  • The Many Faces of Eve (2020, 16 mins): video comparison of the differences between the various versions of the film
  • Image gallery: publicity and promotional material
  • Original UK and French theatrical trailers
  • New and improved English subtitles for the deaf and hard-of-hearing
  • Limited edition exclusive 36-page booklet with a new essay by Phuong Le, Joseph Losey on Eve, a look at the James Hadley Chase source novel, an overview of contemporary critical responses, Simona Monizza on the Eye Filmmuseum restoration of Eve, and film credits
  • World premiere on Blu-ray
  • Limited edition of 3,000 copies

BBFC cert: 15
EAN: 5060697920567