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Italiencele (2004)

Two reasonably young girls want to leave their home town and go to work abroad. However, their dreams are quickly shattered by the cold truth of reality and they find out that every dream must have its cost.

Director:

Nap Toader (as Napoleon Helmis)

Writer:

Nap Toader (screenplay) (as Napoleon Helmis)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Mara Nicolescu Mara Nicolescu ... Jeni
Ana Ularu ... Lenuta
Costel Cascaval Costel Cascaval ... Gigel
Vlad Zamfirescu Vlad Zamfirescu ... Giovanni
Emil Hostina ... Fane
Valentin Popescu ... Girls' father
Constantin Draganescu Constantin Draganescu ... Nea Chitu
Valentin Teodosiu ... Police officer
Constantin Dinulescu ... Monk
Viorica Geanta Chelbea Viorica Geanta Chelbea ... Mother Superior
Victoria Cocias ... Girls' aunt
Alexandru Gheorghiu Alexandru Gheorghiu ... Vasile
Catalin Neamtu Catalin Neamtu ... Bingo
Toma Cuzin ... Bruzli
Ovidiu Niculescu ... Barosanu
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Two reasonably young girls want to leave their home town and go to work abroad. However, their dreams are quickly shattered by the cold truth of reality and they find out that every dream must have its cost.

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Comedy | Drama

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The director advised Toma Cuzin (Bruzli) to observe the behavior of a young homeless person living in one of the open markets in Bucharest. The nickname of the respective homeless is Bruzli. See more »

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Another waste of time
16 March 2006 | by xTHranceSee all my reviews

Badly written and produced, this is not a movie, it is some sort of a home-made cinema about stupid people...There is no insight, no other idea except depicting the "Romanian reality", or that part of the Romanian reality that I don't think would or should interest somebody. While other directors try hard to make a decent film, some of them come with utter trash like this pretending that it's entertainment or, what is regrettably worse, artistic. It is sad to see, how directors that don't deserve to get their movies made, actually make it and hard working directors, that really have something to say are left behind, because it is considered that their movies wouldn't be "interesting enough". Romanians are used with filth and what is worse is that they seem to like it. They deny movies with and idea, with a strong direction in favor of crappy "home made videos" such as this one.

1/10


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Country:

Romania

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

15 October 2004 (Romania) See more »

Also Known As:

Olasz lányok See more »

Filming Locations:

Bucharest, Romania See more »

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Budget:

ROL8,000,000,000 (estimated)
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