The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu
A Portrait of the Romanian Dictator

The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceausescu - A Portrait of the Romanian Dictator
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Hernan

Incredible footage across decades of the Ceaucescu regime. Fascintaing to watch as historic evidence. As a documentary, however, it fails to offer any narrative. I understand it intends to be a self-portrait of Ceaucescu, but it would have been more effective it at least the footage had dates ...Read more

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