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Moritz: One, No one and One Hundred Thousand

Moritz: One, No one and One Hundred Thousand

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"I am German, but I am always called to play roles of Greek, Turkish and Italian men. I suppose it is because of my Mediterranean look". Eclectic and cosmopolitan, Moritz Bleibtreu often complains (praising himself) his versatility. Then Sam Garbanski decided to make an Indian Mattia Pascal out of him. After all, when he was given the role of a German he was chosen like a terrorist (in Der Baader Meinhof Komplex), as Italian he became a criminal for Vallanzasca. Consequently, in one of his most Pirandellian performance, Bleibtreu is confirming himself as One, No one and One Hundred Thousand.

Boris Sollazzo
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