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Sergiu Nicolaescu (film adaptation)
Titus Popovici (screenplay)
Release Date:
23 December 1974 (Romania) See more »
It's the story of a few men that wonder across Europe trying to come home and rebuild what Mihai Viteazul called "romanian dream". Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Amza Pellea ... Dumitru (as Amza Pelea)
Ion Besoiu ... Costea
Ilarion Ciobanu ... Vasile

Sergiu Nicolaescu ... Captain Andrei
Jean Constantin ... Scurtu
Colea Rautu ... Iusuf Pasa
Gheorghe Dinica ... Postelnicul Butnaru
Mircea Pascu ... Paraschiv
Gina Patrichi ... Johanna
Heidemarie Wenzel ... Maria-Christina (as Heide-Marie Wenzel)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Zephi Alsec ... Count Sarosi
Ion Apahideanu
Costel Baloiu ... Mihaita
Ion Budisean (as Ion Budisan)
Ion Bîrloiu
Geo Costiniu ... Young Officer
Dumitru Craciun ... Cräciun
Alexandru Dobrescu ... Mohor
Ion Dorutiu ... Austrian Officer
Paul Fister ... Calin
Pierre Gherase
Dinu Gherasim ... Greek Officer
Dumitru Ghiuzelea
Nicolae Iordache ... Nedelea
Alexandru Longo
Alexandru Manea
Gheorghe Mazilu ... Damian
Constantin Paun
Jean Polizache ... Bujor
Vasile Popa ... Tudor
Aurel Popescu
Adrian Stefanescu ... Grigore

Directed by
Sergiu Nicolaescu 
Writing credits
Sergiu Nicolaescu (film adaptation)

Titus Popovici (screenplay Dupa Furtuna)

Produced by
Lidia Popita .... line producer
Original Music by
Nicolae Covaci 
Tiberiu Olah 
Cinematography by
Alexandru David 
Film Editing by
Yolanda Mîntulescu 
Production Design by
Ioana Cantuniari 
Filip Dumitriu 
Sever Frentiu 
Richard Schmidt 
Costume Design by
Hortensia Georgescu 
Petre Veniamin 
Makeup Department
Rosalia Bartha .... makeup artist (as Rozalia Barta)
Gabriela Burlacu .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Sideriu Aurian .... production manager
Ralf Biok .... production leader
Ion Dorutiu .... production leader
Dumitru Iliescu .... production leader
Gheorghe Ionita .... production leader (as Gh. Ionita)
Constanta Mauriciu .... production leader
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Gheorghe Constantinescu .... assistant director (as Gh. Constantinescu)
Nicolae Corjos .... second unit director
Jochen Diestelmann .... assistant director
Adriana Dumitrescu .... assistant director
Art Department
Nicolae Voica .... set foreman
Sound Department
Anusavan Salamanian .... sound (as A. Salamanian)
Vasile Popa .... stunts
Aurel Popescu .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Alexandru Bilu .... still photographer
Ilie Rusen .... assistant camera
Petre Sorescu .... assistant camera
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Rodica Vutescu .... costume assistant

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Nemuritorii" - Romania (original title)
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103 min
Color (Eastman Color) | Color
Aspect Ratio:
1.33 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

The film's screenplay is an adaptation of the 1968 novel "After the Storm" by Romanian novelist Titus Popovici.The novel's title was the working title of this film.See more »
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10 out of 14 people found the following review useful.
a good movie for that time..., 22 March 2005
Author: soto4maya from Romania

Like many other movies made under the communist regime, the scenario for "Nemuritorii" reflects the ideology of the time. It emphasizes the serenity of the nationalistic ideas in the history of the romanians. Historically speaking, the film has no value whatsoever. To see a plan (romanian dream) in the actions of Mihai Viteazul is a fact of pure communist nationalistic ideology. The director, Sergiu Nicolaescu, is a master when it comes to combining the art of film making with the art of well dissimulated communist propaganda. On the other hand the film has some strong points: a good casting, very well chosen shooting sets and the best soundtrack for a romanian film made before 1989 signed by Phoenix, a legendary romanian band of the '70s. In conclusion, this film is above average compared to other romanian historical productions.

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