"The Devil's Eye." Embassy. $29.95. Ingmar Bergman regards this 1960 supernatural sex comedy as a failure. His explanation is unsparing: He conceived a jaded, burnt-out Don Juan sent up from hell by an aggravated Satan to seduce a minister's virginal daughter--and the character (as the actor playing him, Jarl Kulle, insisted) was too tired to sustain a film. Perhaps that's true. But there are some delightful bits here: the stylized, theatrical hell, the Sacha Guitry-like narration of Gunnar Bjornstrand, and the jarring loveliness of 25-year-old Bibi Andersson as the Devil's target. Would that all failed films were as good as Bergman's. Information: (213) 553-3600.