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Gérard Depardieu and Wojciech Pszoniak star in Andrzej Wajdas powerful, intimate depiction of the ideological clash between the earthy, man-of-the-people Georges Danton and icy Jacobin extemist Maximilien Robespierre, both key figures of the French Revolution. By drawing parallels to Polish solidarity, a movement that was being quashed by the government as the film went into production, Wajda drags history into the present. Meticulous and fiery, Danton has been hailed as one of the greatest films ever made about the Terror.
As another reviewer pointed out, this is probably the best film about the French Revolution and the fledgling Republic of France. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2003 by M. S. Tucker
Depardieu gives a riveting performance of Danton in a fabulous movie. Camille Desmoulins is also well represented in an unforgetable and powerful drama.Published on Nov. 7 2002
This is the best drama of the French Revolution currently available. (it is on par with the 5 hour epic on the French Revolution which is still in copyright dispute in... Read morePublished on Dec 13 2001 by M. La Vean
Danton deeply affected me. I have seen it many times now, and each time is as powerful as the first. Read morePublished on Feb. 14 2000 by Deron J Dorna
This movie is really outstanding. From beginning to end, it expresses the tension of the French "Reign of Terror" very well. Read morePublished on Sept. 19 1999