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Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu


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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
outstanding Nov. 10 2013
By N. Bogdan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is the best documentary movie about "Ceausescu era" I've ever seen. I lived 21 years of that period and I can promise you that the movie reflects very accurate what I witnessed
I love it May 4 2014
By MEF - Published on Amazon.com
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wonderful film!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
a masterpiece of film making. Jan. 20 2014
By John F. Wells - Published on Amazon.com
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the idea is so original. The editing is masterful! Poor Nicolae is hung on his own Petard. The lady was a horror.
0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
"Exhausting to Watch" July 10 2013
By Cary B. Barad - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
This is an extremely long 3-hour subtitled documentary that is, quite frankly, exhausting to watch. The problem being that the film is redundant in many ways--with an unending stretch of propaganda parades, adoring crowds, political speeches, visiting dignitaries, parliamentary proceedings, etc. Most disappointing is the absence of Ceausescu's final speech and harangue--an historic event that turned the crowd and the country against him. Crucial battle scenes and execution details are also omitted. Looking back, the most exciting depiction was that of a rebellious Party member who dared to criticize Ceausescu in front of a huge Party Congress. In general, you may want to play this film at fast-forward speed to get to the scenes that interest you the most.


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