Inspired by the overthrow of the Ceausescu regime in Romania, this novelistic feature examines the questions of a society after a revolution has happened, such as guilt and atonement and ...
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The story takes place in 2010, in a post-communist Romania, in which some of those who fully lived in the communist period don't seem to fit anymore. The main character and her husband are ... See full summary »
A humble Romanian actor in his 30s, hardly surviving between a complicated part in a musical, a depressed wife, and the obsession of an imminent, devastating earthquake, becomes the victim of his manipulative father.
Velicanu considers himself a fulfilled person. He's got money, a new villa, married a younger woman and has a son from a previous marriage. Before the holidays he has to leave everything in... 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 »
Tudor Cristian Jurgiu
3 separate stories take place over two days. The characters' paths intersect, and they affect each-other unintentionally. The three stories are united not only by the characters but also by... See full summary »
The film is an adaptation of a novel by Marin Preda, a controversial novelist who died during the Communist rule soon after the book was published. It tells the story of an intellectual, ... See full summary »
Inspired by the overthrow of the Ceausescu regime in Romania, this novelistic feature examines the questions of a society after a revolution has happened, such as guilt and atonement and the anxiety that former conditions might come back again.Written by
Herta Müller wrote an original screenplay together with Harry Merkle. Later she wrote a novel based on the script and published it in 1992 as "Der Fuchs war damals schon der Jäger" in Germany. Therefore this is not an adaptation of a pre-existing novel, but rather an original screenplay that was later adapted into a novel. See more »