Imperative Trailer

Imperative Trailer (1982)

01 April 1982 Drama 102 mins

Polish director Krzysztof Zanussi once more explores the dilemma of intellectualism at the expense of humanity in 1982's Imperative. The story concerns math professor Robert Powell, who feels that there is something lacking in his ever-so-precise life. What is missing is truth, specifically philosophical truth. Thus he philosophizes at great length, allowing director Zanussi plenty of room for didactic but little room for warmth. Leading ladies Brigette Fossey and Leslie Caron occasionally melt through the cold logic of Imperative.

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Cast

Robert Powell

as Augustin

Zbigniew Zapasiewicz

as Psychiatrist

Matthias Habich

as Theologist

Sigfrit Steiner

as Professor

Leslie Caron

as Mother

International Releases Dates

Poland 01 April 1982

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