Two peasants from Transylvania go to America in order to meet their brother who had left Romania ten years earlier. They meet a prophet in the American state of Utah and eventually help the... See full summary »
Ovidiu Iulian Moldovan,
The Dacian kingdom lies at the eastern border of the Roman Empire.Only the river Danube separates the two mortal enemies.The Dacian king Decebalus knows that soon the vastly superior Roman legions will cross the river and attack Dacia.
romantic image of past. new adventures of hero. his moral duty against happiness. accuracy as minor detail. it is a a lesson of patriotism. like many other films from Comunist Romania. so, only fundamental virtue is performance of great actors. slices of atmosphere. and idyllic silhouette of Iancu - one of great roles for Adrian Pintea. like many movies, it is part of its time. and piece of a terrible fight against political command. today - axis of nostalgia, it was an impressive gun for subsistence of true value. form of European/ American adventures films, it is brick of present vision about national history, with many errors, exaggeration and crumbs of frustration. because, the history is today, like yesterday, object of sensitivity, toy of politic, food for patriotic feelings. so, this film is not exception. only, beautiful letter of its.
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