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Name:Rossellini Cartesius(1974)

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Cartesius (1974)
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0161382/

Director:
Roberto Rossellini


Ugo Cardea ... René Descartes
Anne Pouchie ... Elezac
Claude Berthy ... Guez de Balzac
Gabriele Banchero ... Servo Bretagne
Charles Borromel ... Abate Marin Mersenne
Kenneth Belton ... Isaak Beeckman
Renato Montalbano ... Constantin Huygens
Bruno Corazzari ... Ufficiale olandese

Vernon Dobtcheff ... Astronomo Ciprus
John Stacy ... Levasseur d'Etoiles

Joshua Sinclair ... Brandaccio

Fascinating, and you will probably never have a chance to see it, 23 February 2006
Author: tentender from France

Part of Roberto Rossellini's Italian TV series on philosophers in history (other titles: Socrates, Blaise Pascal), this three hour chunk of television is, like the other titles, riveting in its own unique way. Granted it is a talk fest, but imagine listening to the leading lights of Renaissance Italy, Holland, and France talking for three hours on the subject dearest to their hearts: scientific investigation and its relation to the Church (which meant only one thing at the time, of course: the Roman Catholic church). It is an edifying three hours, but, this may surprise you, a very entertaining three hours as well. Negative points, however, to the rather annoying Mario Nascimbene score (though annoying in a way that doesn't really distract from the action). Rossellini's attention to quotidian detail is always fascinating. (In "Socrates," for example, Socrates goes to market, and his fish is wrapped to go -- in a piece of lettuce!) Shown at the Cinematheque Francaise in a Rossellini complete retrospective, in a print that was, unfortunately, badly faded. But that's videotape for you.

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