A Clod of Clay (1989)

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A film about the friendship between Ion Creanga and Mihai Eminescu.


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3 June 2016 | Kirpianuscus
a window
to the lives of two great Romanian writers. to the atmosphere of XIX century. and one of the most seductive performances of Dorel Vișan. like many biographic movies by Nicolae Mărgineanu, a puzzle. not always inspired but coherent. for the art to suggest. for the force of Vișan to create a memorable portrait of Ion Creangă. for the difficulty of Adrian Pintea to escape from the popular image of Eminescu, using clichés for be right choice for expectation of public. blended nuances and words in water color portraits. small stories. and the absence of courage to impose more than conventional solutions.a beautiful film. but nothing more. Dorel Vișan as locomotive of good intention project. and slices from past in the perfect light. short - window to a lost age.

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