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Giordano Bruno (1973)





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Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) was one of the pivotal thinkers of the Renaissance. A Dominican friar in Italy, he left the order and taught widely throughout Europe. Among the ideas he taught were the inexpressibility of any ultimate truths and the complete relativity of ordinary truth. He also taught religious tolerance. For these and other deviations, he was burned at the stake by the Inquisition. This lavish Italian film takes up his story after he has returned to Venice from meetings with European heads of state and teaching sessions at the great universities. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi


Gian Maria Volonté
as Giordano Bruno
Massimo Foschi
as Fra Celestino
Giuseppe Maffioli
as Arsenalotto
Mark Burns
as Bellarmino
Renato Scarpa
as Fra Tragagliolo
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Very well made, a forgotten little gem. Good film. Good score, good acting, great shots and lighting. Powerful story presented well with a good script. In a way, timeless.

Kyle Meisch
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