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Frédéric van den Driessche,
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This is a unique movie (TV series). Not only because you may follow it with an open book in your hands, but also this is the only movie interpretation of Dumas' "La Dame de Monsoreau" so far. I wish the third part of this great trilogy ("Forty-five") would have been created. Without doubt, my rating is 10. The actors play their parts very well, and Gabriella Mariani, virtually unknown actress, is the best possible fit (in my opinion) for the part of countess de Monsoreau. Highly recommended.
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