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France in 1794 is in upheaval and Robespierre is fueling the panic.
This review is for the restored version, which people gripe about, because of the quality of the restoration and DVD transfer. Read morePublished 7 months ago by John Matro
Filmed in black and white, with some notable "stars" (to be), the story reflects historical accuracy and a great plot. Read morePublished 11 months ago by E. G. Albertson
Wasn't really captivated by the acting. Not sure if it's because it's an older movie in Black & White; but I need more stimulus.Published 16 months ago by Oilicec G. Robbio
Good old movie, stars we older people recognize. A chilling picture of a government ignoring/misleading/dictating to a populace, with the soon-to-be self proclaimed dictator with... Read morePublished 18 months ago by RotorheadTech
I admit I am a fan of DeSade style films must be leftover from my youth fantasies. This isn't what it appears to be via the photo. Unwatchable in format,storyline and production. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
Film is quite dark and story is not very interesting.
Would not advise anyone to watch it. Try a different movie.
I started slow and i did not have the time to see if it got any better, so i quit watchingPublished 21 months ago by R. S. Ebert
Richard Basehart is amazing in this movie- He is a great actor-it is a very powerful movie- it is worth watching!.Published on July 25, 2013 by Leslie Talochino