Danton

France, 1983

Film
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Danton, a film of highly dramatic power, at once a mature study of the revolutionary mentality and an absorbing intellectual spectacle. “L’Incorruptible” Robespierre holds fast to the ideals of the French Revolution as it turns into a reign of terror. Tired of the bloodshed, Danton pleads for a negotiated peace with the enemies on France’s borders. Both are idealists. Both are right. Both are doomed. Stars Gerard Depardieu as Danton.

Credits

director

Andrzej Wajda

co-producer

Barbara Pec-Slesicka

Margaret Menegoz

Language

French

Duration

02:16:00:00

Colour

Colour

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