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Anne Marie Chertic,
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Jesús del Cerro
not remarkable but not bad. parts from Pentru Patrie și Războiul de Independență, few god performances and Sergiu Nicolaescu in role of Carol as end of a circle. sure, many possibilities for do a real good film. but the large image is nice. it is not a manifesto, it is not unique. only an exercise, almost honest, about first Romanian king. and the meeting with Razvan Vasilescu as Ion Brătianu or Claudiu Istodor as Marghiloman, with the scenes of another Nicolaescu films - like in a time trip - has not disappointment result. good point - Crown Concil scene. its tension, dialogs and Carol as lion in winter are important ingredients of an important moment. but, after death of a director, his movies are free birds. only public has answers to questions. the rest remains silence.
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