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Medea (1969)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1969
Running time:109 minutes
Cast:Maria Callas, Giuseppe Gentile, Massimo Girotti, Laurent Terzieff, Margaret Clementi
Director:Pier Paolo Pasolini
Writer:Euripides, Pier Paolo Pasolini

Description: Put in the coldest possible terms, Medea is the story of a woman who gets sore at her husband and kills her children to get even. Greek opera diva Maria Callas is certainly in her element as Medea in this 1970 film version of the venerable theatrical piece, with Giuseppe Gentili as her husband Jason and Massimo Girotti as her father, King Creon. When Jason announces that he's prepared to bigamously marry princess Glauce (Margareth Clementi), she exacts her bloody revenge. Despite the excess verbiage and his notoriously loquacious leading lady, director Pier Paolo Pasolini conveys most of Medea's plotline visually.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

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