CASANOVA (1927) aka THE PRINCE OF ADVENTURERS
Founded by émigré Russians in Paris in 1923, Film Albatross studio combined Stanislavsky-trained actors with topflight French production values, creating some of the finest French films of the silent era. Ivan Mosjoukine was the princely star for Albatross, born to play the part in the studio's super-production CASANOVA. Lively, comical and visually dazzling, the tale of Venice's greatest libertine feels utterly fresh in this 1927 silent film, with action ranging from Italy to Austria to Russia before returning for a climax in Venice during carnevale, the costumes and fireworks all the more stunning for being rendered in stenciled hand-coloring, tinting and toning. DIR/SCR Alexandre Volkoff; SCR Norbert Falk, Ivan Mozzhukhin; PROD Noë Bloch, Gregor Rabinovitch. France, 1927, b&w, 132 min. NOT RATED
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