After WWII, "Comisarul Moldovan" (Sergiu Nicolaescu / Petr Falc) spent years as a political prisoner of the communist regime... See full synopsis »

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Cristian Vasile
Lucian Viziru ...
Cristian Vasile
Ileana Lazariuc ...
Zarada
George Mihaita ...
Haral
Tudor Mihaita ...
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Jean Constantin ...
Cristian Iacob ...
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Loredana Groza ...
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Ion Dichiseanu ...
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When Commisar Moldovean arrives at his hotel room "somewhere in Europe," the room is marked a non-smoking room and has a card key entrance, neither of which would exist in 1978. See more »

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Pathetically ridiculous
28 December 2008 | by (Romania) – See all my reviews

Poor Sergiu created again a faulty toy, meant to be a sort of mechanic "action man", and turning out as a skinny teddy-bear that makes "meouw" instead of "grrr". :)) It's really sad to see this tired warming-up of the old "commissioner Moldovan" movies, which had been more or less acceptable ("Un comisar acuzä" - good enough; "Revansa" - mediocre: "Duelul" - acceptably bad). "Supravietuitorul" has an inept, illogical and nonsensical script, an extremely awkward and amateurish directing, and it's disastrously played - further, it insists to use some non-entities as Ileana Lazariuc (AND to show her shaved pubis, although in A.D. 1940 this fashion was still some distant dream of the future) and Loredana Groza (who uselessly makes oral noise to no end, in a so-called "musical scene"), only in an attempt to attract audiences - which it really does, unfortunately, since Romania still holds a sizable proportion of troglodyte spectators willing to throw their money out for such aberrations.

Peter Falc, poor him, as the young commissioner, arrives only to make a fool of himself. He doesn't look alike with young Sergiu, but old Sergiu thinks he does, so he dubs him with his 78 years old voice, neglecting to synchronize his speech with the young Czech actor's lips movement - and the result is delirious.

One should also add the intolerably messy way to shoot on location (the famous Majestic square in downtown Bucharest trying to pass for western place - get a life!), the hallucinant host of anachronisms, the unwilling funny effects of so many scenes purporting to be "dramatic"...! My favorite blunder was the episode when young Moldovan chases after a bad guy, DELIBERATELY SHOOTING ALL HIS BULLETS IN THE AIR, and in the end he points the gun to the bastard, hears the unavoidable "click!", and remarks: "You were lucky, this time!" (I mean, there is dumb and dumb, but this beats them all!)


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