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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Johan Leysen ... George Vlaicu
Alexandru Repan Alexandru Repan ... The Inspector
Mireille Perrier Mireille Perrier ... Laura Cocea
Razvan Vasilescu ... Cristea
Maia Morgenstern ... Woman in Prison
Radu Beligan Radu Beligan ... Vlad
Danielle Hugues Danielle Hugues ... Lucia - The Empress
Olga Bucataru Olga Bucataru ... Ana
Silviu Stanculescu Silviu Stanculescu ... Alexandru
George Paunescu George Paunescu ... Dumitru
Dan Condurache ... Mihnea
Luminita Gheorghiu ... Silvia
Laura Neagu Laura Neagu ... Secretary
Eusebiu Stefanescu Eusebiu Stefanescu ... Militian
Ernest Maftei Ernest Maftei ... Old Prisioner
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French | Romanian

Release Date:

24 November 1993 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Betrayal See more »

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Romania See more »

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Mono

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Casta Diva
Written by Vincenzo Bellini - La Norma
Performed by the Orchestra and Chorus of Academia Nationale di Santa Cecillia
Directed by Silvio Varviso
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a gem
20 January 2008 | by psymerskySee all my reviews

Having seen this movie more than 10 years ago, I can clearly recollect the movie, its cadence and its emotional weight. Critics in Holland called it baroque, I found it like an opera, it feels like 15 minutes, but in fact it's been 90. Profoundly emotional, it is one of the few movies worthy of depicting the confines of the Eastern European dictatorship, staying true to its human side. Rhythm is not dictated by imagery such as Wong KarWai, it is secondary to slowly unfolding plot, the wonderful photography and acting leading to an inevitable climax. Thematically universal and timeless. The director has been recognized and found his untimely praise for his more recent film.


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