Tripti Joshi

Caesar Must Die

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedIn
7.4/101 Votes Alchetron
1 Ratings
Rate This

Rate This

Adapted from  Julius Caesar
Country  Italy
7.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Language  Italian
Caesar Must Die movie poster
Director  Paolo Taviani Vittorio Taviani
Release date  11 February 2012 (2012-02-11) (Berlin) 2 March 2012 (2012-03-02) (Italy)
Based on  Julius Caesar  by William Shakespeare
Writer  William Shakespeare (play), Paolo Taviani (screenplay), Vittorio Taviani (screenplay)
Directors  Vittorio Taviani, Paolo Taviani
Music director  Giuliano Taviani, Carmelo Travia
Cast  Cosimo Rega (Cassio), Salvatore Striano (Bruto), Giovanni Arcuri (Cesare), Antonio Frasca (Marcantonio), J. Dario Bonetti (Decio), Vincenzo Gallo (Lucio)
Similar movies  Julius Caesar movies, Story by William Shakespeare, Dramas

Caesar must die trailer

Caesar Must Die (Italian: Cesare deve morire) is a 2012 Italian drama film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani. The film competed at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Golden Bear.


Caesar Must Die movie scenes

caesar must die wins berlinale golden bear best movie euronews


Caesar Must Die t2gstaticcomimagesqtbnANd9GcSvrKFqmeNgSuO0iM

The film is set in Rebibbia Prison (suburb of Rome), and follows convicts in their rehearsals ahead of a prison performance of Julius Caesar.


Caesar Must Die Caesar Must Die Official Site Palace Films
  • Salvatore Striano as Bruto (Brutus)
  • Cosimo Rega as Cassio (Cassius)
  • Giovanni Arcuri as Cesare (Caesar)
  • Antonio Frasca as Marcantonio (Mark Antony)
  • Juan Dario Bonetti as Decio (Decius Brutus)
  • Vincenzo Gallo as Lucio (Lucius)
  • Rosario Majorana as Metello (Metellus Cimber)
  • Francesco De Masi as Trebonio (Trebonius)
  • Gennaro Solito as Cinna (Cinna)
  • Vittorio Parrella as Casca (Casca)
  • Pasquale Crapetti as Legionär
  • Francesco Carusone as Wahrsager
  • Fabio Rizzuto as Stratone (Strato)
  • Maurilio Giaffreda as Ottavio (Octavius)
  • Fabio Cavalli as Theatre director
  • Accolades

    Caesar Must Die Caesar Must Die Wikipedia

    Caesar Must Die won the Golden Bear at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival in February 2012 where British director Mike Leigh led the judging panel. The Hollywood Reporter described the outcome as "a major upset". Der Spiegel said it was a "very conservative selection". Der Tagesspiegel criticised the outcome, saying that the "jury shunned almost all the contemporary films that were admired or hotly debated at an otherwise pretty remarkable festival". The film was also selected as the Italian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.

    Caesar Must Die New Wave Films New Releases

    Critics praised the use of actual prisoners in the film, saying it brought a higher intensity to the piece. Filmed largely in black-and-white, it has been described as a "deeply humanist film" that "blends gentle humour with an emotional punch". Paolo Taviani said that he hoped moviegoers would "say to themselves or even those around them... that even a prisoner with a dreadful sentence, even a life sentence, is and remains a human being". Vittorio Taviani read out the names of the cast.

    Caesar Must Die FOREIGN FILM OSCAR REVIEW Caesar Must Die Italy Film Misery

    At Metacritic, the film was given a rating of 76/100 based on 12 critics, which evaluates as generally favorable reviews

    Caesar Must Die Caesar Must Die aka Cesare deve morire Movie Poster 5 of 5
    Caesar Must Die Caesar Must Die Official US Trailer 2013 Directed by Paolo and
    Caesar Must Die Cesare deve morire Caesar Must Die 2012 Directed by Paolo


    Caesar Must Die Wikipedia
    Caesar Must Die IMDb Caesar Must Die

    Similar Topics
    William Shakespeare
    Moses Olaiya
    John Christie (ski entrepreneur)