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Tosca (Catherine Naglestad) with her politically subversive lover, the painter Caravadossi (Roberto Alagna).
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August 20, 2010 Execution, extortion, and exploitation. No, it's not an episode of Showtime's Dexter. It's Puccini's operatic thriller Tosca, which takes a surprisingly realistic approach to the passage of dramatic time with scenes of physical and psychological torture.
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