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56 Drops of Blood (2007)

56 csepp vér (original title)
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Attila Kaszás ...
Lõrinc
Róbert Alföldi ...
Aporius
Tamás Palcsó ...
Rómeó
Mónika Veres ...
Juli
Zoltán Miller ...
Mercutió
Mónika Hoffmann ...
Svetlana
Zoltán Seress ...
Prince
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Sergeant
Erika Balogh ...
Sergeant's wife
Lajos Miller ...
Lear
Ildikó Keresztes ...
Lear's hostess
Zoltán Kiss ...
Tibor
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Lobo
Pál Ömböli ...
Csöpi
István Galyas ...
Beás
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26 October 2007 (USA)  »

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Nyitány
Music by Tamás Mihály
Lyrics by Péter Horváth
Performed by Attila Kaszás, Tamás Palcsó and Mónika Veres
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Beautiful story/ Amazing Cinematography
4 August 2009 | by See all my reviews

I'm not usually a fan of film adaptations. Generally I prefer the real thing, but I must say, I absolutely LOVED this film! From the Romeo and Juliet story to the incredibly original filming of a stage performance,this movie is outstanding from start to finish. The cinematography was exceptional,and I can only imagine what a task it was to truly capture the feeling of actually being in the audience...but they succeeded ten fold. I also loved how the creators were able to place fictional characters (Romeo and Juliet, aka Robi and Juli) into a true historical period (The Hungarian Revolution) and simultaneously make you feel the tragedy of both right to your core. Hats off to all involved with this film and musical!


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