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IWW Author(s): Alberti, Barbara, 1943-
Other Authors: Bulgakov, Mikhail Afanas'evich, 1891-1940; Petrovic, Aleksandar, 1929-
Edition Title: Il maestro e Margherita
Alternate Title: The Master and Margarita; Majstor i Margarita; Maestro i Margarita
Publisher: Dunav Film, Euro International Films, Tzigane Film Productions
Year of Publication: 1972
Description: 101 min., color.
Language: Italian
Notes: Based on Master i Margarita by Mikhail Bulgakov and adapted by Roman Weingarten and Aleksandar Petrovic. Participants: Ugo Tognazzi (Maestro), Mimsy Farmer (Margherita), Bata Zivojinovic, Pavle Vujisic, Fabijan Sovagovic, Ljuba Tadic, Fahro Konjhodzic, Tasko Nacic, Danilo Stojkovic, Zlatko Madunic, and Alain Cuny. Una produzione Euro International Films, Dunav Film in un film di Aleksandar Petrovic. Sceneggiatura di Barbara Alberti, Amedeo Pagani, Alexandar Petrovic. Director of photography, Roberto Gerardi. Editing, Mihajlo Ilic. Music, Enno Morricone, Alexandar Petrovic.
Genre: Screenplay
Subjects: Authors -- Drama.; Psychiatric hospitals -- Drama.; Feature films.; Foreign films.; Soviet Union -- Politics and government -- 1917-1936 -- Drama.
Abstract: Based on the novel by Mikhail Bulghakov, "Master and Margaret" is not only a story of devils visiting soviet and antireligious Moscow, of true and victorious love, of Jesus meeting Pontius Pilate. Above all it is existing proof of a great and praiseworthy belief that the world after all, is not so bad, and the people, if only given a chance are simply good.
OCLC Accession No.: 51953316
Edition Code: E61803-01
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