The results are bizarrely incoherent to say the least. What makes The Visitor halfway watchable is its often surreally striking but totally non-sequitir imagery Glenn Ford gets attacked by an overgrown clay pigeon; John Huston, who presides over an intergalactic group of bald-headed children, spends the film on top of a building amid flashing blue landing lights; Linda Blair-like Paige Connors spends the film wearing oversized sunglasses and removes them to reveal gleaming metallic eyes underneath and in the opening few minutes psychically blows up the ball at a basketball game; and in a wonderful parroting of the Close Encounters highway scene, Joanne Nail gets kidnapped by a UFO and artificially inseminated and is later shoved through a glass fish tank. Much pseudo-mystical twaddle is bandied, absolutely nothing makes sense.
Director Jules Paradise (Giulio Paradisio) has assembled an amazing cast of American marquee names including the likes of John Huston, Shelley Winters, Mel Ferrer, Sam Peckinpah and Glenn Ford, as well as a young Lance Henriksen. All seem to wander through the film clearly having little idea what they are supposed to be doing and no doubt looking for the paycheck they must have direly needed.
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