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Stefan Sileanu ...
Ernest Maftei ...
Manzila
Emanoil Petrut ...
Armasul Stoica
Teofil Vâlcu ...
Albu
Alexandru Repan ...
Mahomed al II-lea
Constantin Codrescu ...
Iunus Beg
George Constantin ...
Mitropolitul Munteniei
Constantin Barbulescu ...
Starostele negustorilor
Ion Marinescu ...
Mahmud Pasa
Silviu Stanculescu ...
Sava
Vasile Cosma ...
Mogos
Petre Simionescu
György Kovács ...
Szilágyi
Mihai Paladescu ...
Papa Pius al II-lea
Petre Gheorghiu Dolj
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Magnificent historical drama corrects centuries of misconceptions...
15 January 2007 | by (Fairfax, VA) – See all my reviews

History buffs will be enthralled with this accurate depiction of the 15th century brief rule of Vlad the Impaler who became Romania's great national hero. Stefan Sileanu is nothing less than great in the role of the ruthless, bloody sovereign who defied Church, tradition, and the obduracy of his fractious boyars in order to drive the invading Ottoman Turks under Mahmud II out of his country. But first he had to overcome entrenched opposition from his own rebellious and traitorous nobles. He accepted nothing less than obedience...fight or die. His uncompromising stand and dire punishments earned him his sobriquet, but after viewing this masterful film one is left astounded at his great achievement during his short reign. Bram Stoker has a lot to answer for in fictionalizing this astonishing patriot into a horrific monster. Anyone interested in the truth about this legendary personality should see this film.


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