Danton (1983) Andrzej WajdaDirector: Andrzej Wajda | Writers: Jean-Claude Carrière, Jacek Gasiorowski, Agnieszka Holland, Boleslaw Michalek, Stanislawa Przybyszewska, Andrzej Wajda | Editor: Halina Prugar-Ketling | Cast: Gérard Depardieu, Wojciech Pszoniak, Roland Blanche, Anne Alvaro, Emmanuelle Debever, Krzysztof Globisz, Ronald Guttman, Gerard Gardy, Tadeusz Huk, Stephane Jobert, Marian Kociniak, Marek Kondrat, Boguslaw Linda, Alain Mace, Bernard Maitre, Lucien Melki, Serge Merlin, Erwin Nowiaszak, Leonard Pietraszak, Roger Planchon, Angel Sedgwick, Andrzej Seweryn, Franciszek Starowieyski | Cinematographer: Igor Luther | Genre: Biography, Drama, History, Foreign | Awards: Won BAFTA Film Award. Another 6 wins & 4 nominations | Runtime: 136 Min | Format: DvdRip, Color, NTSC, Avi | Language: French, Polish, with English subs included in rar files (sub/idx) | Country: France, Poland, West Germany
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Won: Best Foreign Film - 1983 British Academy of Film and Television; Best Director - Andrzej Wajda - 1982 French Academy of Cinema; Best Actor - Wojciech Pszoniak - 1983 Montréal World Film Festival; Best Actor - Gérard Depardieu - 1983 Montréal World Film Festival; Prix Louis-Delluc - 1982 French Film Critics Circle.
Synopsis: In 1982, legendary Polish filmmaker Andrzej Wajda fled his homeland and relocated in France to direct this powerful story about the ethical boundaries of power and leadership, which had many parallels to Poland's volatile political situation in the late 1970s and early 1980s. Danton (Gérard Depardieu) and Robespierre (Wojciech Pszoniak) were close friends and fought together in the French Revolution, but by 1793 Robespierre was France's ruler, determined to wipe out opposition with a series of mass executions that became known as the Reign of Terror. Danton, well known as a spokesman of the people, had been living in relative solitude in the French countryside, but he returned to Paris to challenge Robespierre's violent rule and call for the people to demand their rights. Robespierre, however, could not accept such a challenge, even from a friend and colleague, and he blocked out a plan for the capture and execution of Danton and his allies. Wajda remained in France until 1989, when the collapse of Communist rule made it possible for him to return to his homeland.
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