The Dacian kingdom lies at the eastern border of the Roman Empire.Only the river Danube separates the two mortal enemies.The Dacian king Decebalus knows that soon the vastly superior Roman legions will cross the river and attack Dacia.
The action follows the ship "Speranta" (Hope) in it's journey half way around the world, with incredible adventures of her crew-members struggling to get through to their destination. On ... See full summary »
This is a low quality communist rip off Romeo and Juliet. With a happy end for the entertainment of the masses. The story is not very good. The acting is poor. But you can have some sick fun. Because every actor has multiple roles. The boy's mother. She can give him hell for deciding not to go to the Faculty of Medicine. Than she is over preoccupied with the boy's potential sex life. So no girl before the exams. So later on she not only lets her son with another girl, but she brings cake in the half-lit room. Her son tells her he is going to take the med school exam. Yet, in an very corrupted country, she blames the father for her son's missed exam instead of fighting the school's decision.
In between the silly scenes with characters that change character you get the perspectives in the Christian orthodox communism. A good girl has to tend for the children, do the chores at home all alone, and, if possible, do some schooling, but that is not her main priority.
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