Fratii Jderi (1974)

  |  Adventure, Drama, War


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A historical tale from the 15th century about a young man that falls in love with the same woman that the son of the ruler of Moldavia loves.


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Director:

Mircea Dragan

Writers:

Constantin Mitru, Mihail Sadoveanu (novel), Mihail Sadoveanu (play), Profira Sadoveanu

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23 April 2017 | Kirpianuscus
nice
it has all the sins and small virtues of the Romanian historical movies under Comunist regime. silly for the new generation of public, nice for the nostalgic, decent adaptation of the novel of Mihail Sadoveanu who, himself, gives a mythical history of Medieval Moldavia. a love story, fight scenes, Gheorghe Cozorici doing a reasonable Ștefan cel Mare - except the speeches after the model of Nicolae Ceaușescu-, not the most inspired dialogues and, in few cases, performances, but, as second part of "Ștefan cel Mare. Vaslui 1475", far to be awful. so, a nice film. for a rainy afternoon or for idyllic perspective about Ștefan cel Mare reign.

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Genres

Adventure | Drama | War

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Release Date:

22 April 1974

Language

Romanian


Country of Origin

Romania

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