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The prince, who has a significant interest in science and astronomy, looks out of his office window and claims that nature has a beauty and power beyond politics. Don Fabrizio says it would take an infinite number of kings to change the world he is looking upon. It is the kind of reflection—aesthetic and spiritual—that almost any thinking person would have some sympathy for. It is the kind of reflection that was no doubt easier to make in the nineteenth century, before the effects of the industr
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“The film identifies less closely with the prince’s point of view—it is about him, so to speak, but not an endorsement of his thinking—and if he is its visual center, Tancredi is the focus of its most troubling questions. It is through Tancredi’s position, through his charm and his ruthlessness, that we understand the subtle political register of the film,” wrote Michael Wood, comparing the Lampedusa book with the Visconti film, in an essay accompanying the home release (