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Si totul era nimic (2006)

In a small town from Romania, a few people gather for celebrating a sacred ceremony...but something entirely different happens and...nothing is true, everything is possible.

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Cristina Nichitus
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Cast

Credited cast:
Magda Catone Magda Catone ... Loredana
Mihai Constantin Mihai Constantin ... Filimon
Vasile Muraru Vasile Muraru ... Puiu Coriolan
Catalina Mustata Catalina Mustata ... Margrit
Mihai Mãlaimare Mihai Mãlaimare ... Visarion
Ana Pasti Ana Pasti ... Asistenta medicala
Anca Sigartau Anca Sigartau ... Joita
Dragos Stemate Dragos Stemate ... Gica
Adrian Titieni ... Elefterie
Tora Vasilescu Tora Vasilescu ... Dna. Presedinte
Alexandra Velniciuc Alexandra Velniciuc ... Manuela
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In a small town from Romania, a few people gather for celebrating a sacred ceremony...but something entirely different happens and...nothing is true, everything is possible.

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Genres:

Drama

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Country:

Romania

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

27 October 2006 (Romania) See more »

Filming Locations:

Romania See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

ROL900,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,264
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Production Co:

DMG Film See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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How was it possible?
23 December 2008 | by herbertklosSee all my reviews

It's incredible such a disgraceful piece of unprofessionalism can even be conceived, not to say about shooting it, with loads of money that could be used to encourage the debuts of the young directors! The story is incomprehensible, and one could label it as "kindergarten level", if it wasn't true that toddlers are INTELLIGENT humans, perceptive and creative! This plot is primitive, fragmented, chaotic, boring, meaningless - the author simply has no idea that script-writing is a profession, she believes it's enough to put on paper a messy pile of descriptions, happenings and spoken words, not caring about the least logic and unity. You are grabbed by laughin-cryin', as Nichita Stanescu used to say, when you think about that aberrant story of the so-called Muslim who out of the blue converted to Christianism and became a manelist, only to later turn into an icons painter! And his named, "Tzâtzädemâtzä" (what means "Cat's tit") - perhaps imagining this is an interesting and innovative name...! Oh my God! But this is nothing compared with the so-called "directing" - so dilettante, so crude, so rudimentary, that one can't help but wonder: wasn't there ANYONE lucid enough to tell her: "Hey, you, sit down there and let the set-hands take care the direction, they will definitely do a better job out of it!" The mise-en-scènes are illogical, consisting in people who come together to speak, speak, speak, in logorrheic polylogues totally fake and empty of any meaning. The acting level is the same of a gymnasium theater play - which is even worse, since many of the actors are really good! But the inept directing makes them behave ridiculously false and unrealistic.

The only acceptable sides are the cinematography of Gabriel Kossuth and the sets of Dodu Balasoiu - unfortunately, not by far enough to justify this visual horror... Can you believe that, when I left the theater, I was feeling a physical malaise...? The show is positively dangerous for health, it creates digestive and neurotic adverse reactions, and it should be forbidden even for this reason only.


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