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Rascoala (1966)

A few important events from the Romanian peasant uprising of 1907.

Director:

Mircea Muresan

Writers:

Liviu Rebreanu (novel), Petre Salcudeanu
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Ilarion Ciobanu Ilarion Ciobanu ... Petre Petre
Nicolae Secareanu Nicolae Secareanu ... Miron Iuga
Emil Botta Emil Botta ... Anton Nebunul
Ion Besoiu Ion Besoiu ... Grigore Iuga
Constantin Codrescu Constantin Codrescu ... Baloleanu
Ana Felecia Chirita Ana Felecia Chirita ... Florica
George Aurelian George Aurelian ... prefectul Boierescu
Gheorghe Trestian Gheorghe Trestian ... Talaba Leonte
Val Sandulescu Val Sandulescu ... Teodor Strîmbu
Sandu Sticlaru Sandu Sticlaru ... Plutonierul Boiangiu
Ernest Maftei Ernest Maftei ... Stan Marin
Colea Rautu Colea Rautu ... Cosma Butuc
Stefan Mihailescu-Braila Stefan Mihailescu-Braila ... Lupu Chiritoiu
Amza Pellea Amza Pellea ... Comandantul trupelor
Marga Anghelescu Marga Anghelescu ... (as Marga Angelescu)
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Storyline

Fed up with the injustice of the very few men owning huge stretches of land, the peasants decide to revolt. Through the peasant Petre, important events from this uprising are shown, from it's very beginning and until it is finally suppressed at the expense of more than ten thousand lives. Written by Julien M.

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Drama

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Romania's official submission to the 39th Academy Awards (1967) for Best Foreign Language Film. See more »

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Special Romanian film!
2 January 2021 | by RodrigAndrisanSee all my reviews

The best film of Mircea Muresan and Ilarion Ciobanu. Without many lines, Ilarion Ciobanu makes a very credible character. And the other actors are very good: Nicolae Secareanu makes an absolutely impeccable boyar, Constantin Codrescu an excellent politician who became prefect, Stefan Mihailescu-Braila in the role of a father whose daughter is raped, Amza Pellea in the role of troop commander, Adriana Bogdan as the cheating wife Nadina. I've met Mircea Muresan, I owe him my first appearance in a film, in 1974, in ""Portile albastre ale orasului" (The Blue Gates of the City). I've met him again in 2015, when he was old and almost blind.


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Country:

Romania

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

14 March 1966 (Romania) See more »

Also Known As:

Blazing Winter See more »

Filming Locations:

Romania

Company Credits

Production Co:

Filmstudio Bucuresti See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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