A Police Superintendent Accuses

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Un comisar acuză
Directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu
Written by Eugen Burada
Vintilä Corbul
Mircea Gandila
Sergiu Nicolaescu
Starring Sergiu Nicolaescu
Jean Constantin
Gheorghe Dinică
Amza Pellea
Ovidiu Iuliu Moldovan
Music by Richard Oschanitzky
Cinematography Sandu David
Edited by Dan Naum
Release date
  • August 21, 1975 (1975-08-21) (Hungary)
Running time
114 minutes
Country Romania
Language Romanian

A Police Superintendent Accuses (Romanian: Un comisar acuză) is a 1973 Romanian crime drama film by Sergiu Nicolaescu[1] and starring himself as Police Commissioner Tudor Moldovan.[2] The film is based on a true event, the Jilava Massacre which took place during World War II. Movie's main cast are played by actors Sergiu Nicolaescu, Gheorghe Dinică, Jean Constantin, Amza Pellea, Ion Besoiu and Emmerich Schäffer.


The story takes place in 1940 in Bucharest, Romania. The main character, police superintendent Moldovan, is responsible for investigating an organized massacre at the Viraga prison. In the massacre political opponents of the fascist regime of 1940 were killed, including a group of communist activists. The murderers belong to the powerful pro-Nazi Iron Guard organisation (also known as "Legion"), so Moldovan has to confront the legionnaires and personally one of their leaders, the former criminal Paraipan (Gheorghe Dinica).



  1. ^ "Un comisar acuză". port.ro. Retrieved 2012-04-01. 
  2. ^ A Police Commissioner Accuses

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