Thrown overboard while conducting an environmental investigation, Humphrey Van Weyden is as good as dead. But before he can meet his watery doom, he is plucked up by the crew of the ... See full summary »
The Dacian kingdom lies at the eastern border of the Roman Empire.Only the river Danube separates the two mortal enemies.The Dacian king Decebalus knows that soon the vastly superior Roman legions will cross the river and attack Dacia.
After WWII "Comisarul Moldova" (Sergiu Nicolaescu / Petr Falc) spent years as a political prisoner of the communist regime. The favorite entertainment of the Russian Colonel in charge of ... See full summary »
Through the four-part television movie Harmstorf became famous. He was identified as the epitome of the vital adventurer and as an actor henceforth with the role of the sea wolves. See more »
The Romanian TV series is edited differently and features sometimes alternative and additional scenes. It was shown in 2 parts, not in 4 parts like in Germany. The famous 'potato' scene is missing. The voice-over is different. The film music includes additional compositions by the original composer Hans Posegga and new compositions by Romanian composer Tiberiu Olah. See more »
This is so a great movie. I thought a lot about the relationship between Larsen and van Weyden. They are so different. There is open so much. I like the almost tender gestures from the "very brutal" (for Hump)Larson in the meeting with Hump. He was growing up so different and dont understand not really the reactions from Hump. Hump is fascinated from Larson, but he do not understand his "brutality". The end I didnt like not so much, but I don`t no, what would be better. Perhaps it would be nice to see for me, how Hump in the end touch the face from Larson, set their hair. Because, there is no deeper relationship between the two, and a Maud Brewster never could go into that.
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