The Iron Guard, also known as Legion of Archangel Michael, was a Romanian nationalist and patriotic movement of extreme right; as such, after it rose to power, it supported Nazi Germany and... See full summary »
A description of Romania before Ceausescu's downfall, through the story of Nela. Daughter of a former colonel of the Securitate, the romanian political police. She refused to become as her ... See full summary »
Two fathers, a Romanian searching for his daughter who was forced into prostitution in Kosovo, and a Serbian seeking the body of his son killed in a car accident in Romania, meet on the ... See full summary »
When a flood strikes Costache's village in Romania, his wife Maria and all of their possessions are swept away. Now in a village shelter, Costache refuses to sell his land and move onward. ... See full summary »
In 1911-12, the Romanian movie director Grigore Brezianu and the financial tycoon Leon Popescu made together the 2 hours long movie "Romania's Independence" - an as faithful as possible ... See full summary »
Marius Florea Vizante,
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.
Nina, an unemployed former winner of a beauty contest (ex Miss Barlad, county level), is tired of living the poor life with her husband, a policeman. She decides to kidnap Marinela who is ... See full summary »
Jesús del Cerro
After Iron Guard member Paraipan discovers that commissioner Moldovan had staged his own death, he kidnaps Moldovan's son in order to draw him out. Tensions build up resulting in a final epic confrontation.
The latest film directed by Sergiu Nicolaescu, 'The last corrupt in Romania,' is Nicolaescu's first movie after 'Poker,' which became a great box-office success in Romania. The recent film continues the events of 'Poker,' with a cast that brings together many popular Romanian actors - Horatiu Malaele, Vladimir Gaitan, Valentin Teodosiu, Ion Ritiu, Catalina Grama (Jojo) and Mircea Diaconu who embody the same main characters as in Poker. The screenplay, signed by Adrian Lustig, has everything it needs to reflect the present-day society, with humor and irony. Mob boss Titel Pangica (Horatiu Malaele) becomes a doctor in sciences and donates money for a memorial museum dedicated to his life and work: from petty salesman to member of the Parliament. The custodian of the museum is his good friend Horia Vrabete (Vladimir Gaitan), whom he stole the place in Parliament. Other characters are a plastic surgeon, a high-profile prostitute that was rewarded with a job with the government, and a general of the secret services who is ordered to arrest a corrupt politician. It is a great movie, don't miss it!
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