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Resurrection (2001)

Resurrezione (original title)
At the end of the XIX century in Russia, Prince Dimitri Necklivdov is called as a jury-man in a trial. The defendant is Katiuscia Maslova, accused of murdering a merchant in order to rob ... See full summary »

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Timothy Peach ...
Dimitri Necklivdov
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Missy
Cécile Bois ...
Mariette
Eva Christian ...
Agrafena
Sonia Gessner ...
Zia Maria
Giulia Lazzarini ...
Zia Sofia
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Krilstov
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Fanarin
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Zia Duchessa
Antonella Ponziani ...
Vera
Giulio Scarpati ...
Simonson
Daniela Bakerová
Mária Bálintová ...
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Jan Bidlas
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At the end of the XIX century in Russia, Prince Dimitri Necklivdov is called as a jury-man in a trial. The defendant is Katiuscia Maslova, accused of murdering a merchant in order to rob him. Dimitri recognizes Katiuscia: she was the girl he seduced many years before. Dimitri decides to save her. Written by Baldinotto da Pistoia

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One of the most beautiful films of all times
8 November 2010 | by (Luxembourg) – See all my reviews

The Italian brothers Taviani have produced a master piece on the basis of one of the great novels of Lev Tolstoy. It is a dramatic story of moral downfall and a subsequent attempt at redemption or "resurrection". Especially moving is the interpretation of the role of Katiusha Maslova by Stefania Rocca.

The only external review mentioned here is that of the Russian newspaper Izvestia, in which the movie is duly praised, as capturing the Russian spirit more than almost any other Western production about Russian themes. It is also mentioned that the great length of the film (3 hours) permits a global rendering of the novel, in all its aspects, without serious truncations.

In other words, it is a real masterpiece and I wonder why so few people have paid attention to this great movie.


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