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Sarah Maur Thorp
Sure, not the historical accuracy represents its great virtue. But the more than reasonable Armand Assante as Bonaparte, the splendid Taleyrand by Anthony Perkins, the romanticism and the lovely performance of Jacqueline Bisset. It is a soap opera and its basic virtue is to look for be more one of many films from the genre using history as pretext. A nice serie about a love story. And that is ennough for see it.
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