Actorul si salbaticii (1975)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Family


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The director of a famous theater in 1930s Bucharest and his Jewish dramatist are preparing a show designed to satirize the fascist (legionnaire) movement, but the legionnaires are determined to stop the spectacle by any means.


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24 February 2007 | Vincentiu
Good film
A imperfect beautiful film.

Toma Caragiu is magnificent in a gorgeous role. The interbelic atmosphere is recreated with talent and the acting of Marin Moraru, Mircea Albulescu or Mircea Diaconu is precise and subtle.

But, it is an important problem: the transformation of film in a political instrument. A very uncomfortable manicheism transforms a decent movie in a caricature and only the art of Caragiu may evit the metamorphosis in a Communist moral lesson.

The movement of right-extreme is a fundamental character in modern Romanian history and its gestures (murder of five Prime-Ministers), ideas ( a irrational ideology in which the influences of "Mein Kapf" was mixed with East Christianism dogmas), relations with Nazi Germany are parts of reality.

But the message of film is more profound. And his consignee is every anti-democratic regime.

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Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy | Drama | Family | Musical

Details

Release Date:

8 April 1976

Language

Romanian


Country of Origin

Romania

Filming Locations

Romania

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