The Citadel (2003 miniseries)

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The Citadel
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La Cittadella
Genre Drama
Based on The Citadel
by A. J. Cronin
Written bySalvatore Basile
Andrea Oliva
Directed by Fabrizio Costa
Starring Massimo Ghini
Barbora Bobuľová
Franco Castellano
Anna Galiena
Music byStefano Caprioli
Country of originItaly
No. of episodes4
Production
ProducersGuido Lombardo
Fania Petrocchi
CinematographyAdolfo Troiani
EditorCosimo Andronico
Camera setup Super 16
Running time100 min. (per episode)
Production company Titanus
Original release
Release23 March (2003-03-23) 
26 March 2003 (2003-03-26)

La Cittadella is a 2003 Italian miniseries based on A. J. Cronin's 1937 novel, The Citadel , and produced by Titanus. It was directed by Fabrizio Costa and stars Massimo Ghini as Dr. Manson and Barbora Bobuľová as his wife, Christine. Other television versions include an American (1960), another Italian (1964), and two British (1960 and 1983) adaptations.

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The program was filmed on location in the Czech Republic, London, and Cardiff, Wales.

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