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Medea (1969)

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Maria Callas Maria Callas
Massimo Girotti Massimo Girotti
King Kresus / Creonte
Giuseppe Gentile Giuseppe Gentile
Paul Jabara Paul Jabara
Gerard Weiss Gerard Weiss
Second centaur
Sergio Tramonti Sergio Tramonti
Apsirto, Medea's brother

Written by
Pier Paolo Pasolini Pier Paolo Pasolini
(written by)
Euripides Euripides
play (uncredited)


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Release date: 28 January 1970
UPC: 658769209532
Tags: Italy (2), (2), Italian (1), 60's (1), 1960s (1), 1969 (1), HQ (1), Book Adaption (1)
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"FROM PAGE TO SCREEN Maria Callas She doesn’t sing a note in the film, but acclaimed opera singer, Callas uses her years of stage training to telegraph powerful emotion delivered via facial expressions and body language in Medea. Passolini’s Medea, aside from the basic storyline lifted from classical mythology, certainly isn’t Euripides’ Medea or even the sorceress found in Seneca’s dramatization. For all of the glorious prose and acting stretches that the two ancient playwrights afford"

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