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L'homme des foules (2001)

Paul Markovic suffers from Stendhal syndrome. It is to Dr.Giordano that he tells his monstrous secret.

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Pawel Markowicz
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Dr. Giordano
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Anna Markowicz
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Wladimir Kalo
Isabel Ruth ...
Dr. Figueira
Amandio Pinheiro ...
Augusto
Tomasz Preniasz-Strus ...
Igor
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Gregori
Miroslaw Oczkos ...
Michail
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Piotr
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Painter
Michal Czarnecki ...
Young man
Malgorzata Jarmalkowicz ...
Torturowana kobieta (as Malgorzata Jarmulkiewicz)
Peter Michael ...
Infirmier Muet
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Young woman
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Paul Markovic suffers from Stendhal syndrome. It is to Dr.Giordano that he tells his monstrous secret.

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18 April 2001 (France)  »

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More thoughtful film than we are used to seeing from any source.
29 December 2001 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This one goes over the same ground as "Death and the Maiden" far more effectively.Simple, accomplished film making and an excellent cast put on the screen ideas that we are not used to seeing.The banality of evil is on the way to becoming a cliché but the depiction of Radziwilowcz (from "Man of Stone")as a character of extreme normality who is even quite likeable, accepting convincing,barbaric behavious and giggling about it with his mates afterwards, registers and the film's final response to Medeiros' judgement is disturbing. Her scenes with Zapasiewicz's dignified blind man are fascinating. It's apalling that we've seen so little of her work in English speaking areas and that a film as good as this is unknown while twaddle like the Peter Greenaway work is considered art.


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