At an old age, prince Andrei Morudzi retreats to his castle in Romania, during the two world wars, after having lead an eventful youth. There he is seen upon as a rare bird by the local ... See full summary »
It is a very good movie, well produced and directed. But then again which films of Sergiu Nicolaescu aren't? My Mum and Dad used to work for him, so I know quite a few films of his. This is how I got to act in this film, Poin Zero. This why I have rated the movie to be the best. It's a good film and reflects our history, this is what I like about it. The kids these days are not that interested in history anymore and the best part about it is that they don't have to be, they can just watch a movie and see and learn what happened. I do have a little request: If anyone out there knows where I could buy a good quality DVD copy of this film, please let me know. I have a video tape and a picture to prove, I was the little girl in the orphanage ;-). It was a very nice experience for me at that age, as I am sure it would be to anyone who is interested in this sort of things. Thanks everyone for listening to me!!!
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