The destiny of the man who led the gendarme team after a LGBT film screening in Bucharest, revealed through an investigation by Liliana Calomfir, a young journalist known for her daring reporting.

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Dan Chisu

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Dan Chisu
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Mihai Calin ... Nicu Holban
Diana Cavallioti ... Liliana Calomfir
Emanuel Parvu ... Coman
Ana Radu Ana Radu ... Anca
Elvira Deatcu Elvira Deatcu ... Maria Holban
Adrian Titieni ... Tudose
Gabriel Huian Gabriel Huian ... Sandy
Catalin Neamtu Catalin Neamtu ... Florin
Aida Economu ... Ada
Radu Iacoban ... Vio
George Remes ... Geo (as Remes George)
Anghel Damian ... Alexandru
Anca Hanu Anca Hanu ... Ioana Apostol
Gabriel Radu ... Bebe
Oxana Moravec Oxana Moravec ... Dana
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A cinema in Bucharest screened a controversial film about two lesbians who form a couple. Minutes into the film, a few members of the audience stood up, vehemently opposing the gay community. The press accused the Gendarmerie for not intervening to end the conflict. The film focuses on the destiny of the man who led the gendarme team, Nicu Holban, in the action at the museum, through an investigation by Liliana Calomfir, a young journalist known for her unusually daring reporting.

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We are all right and wrong at the same time
30 January 2021 | by Marius_StanSee all my reviews

-Plot: A tenacious journalist hunts the leader of a local police squad accused of inaction at an LGBT event in Bucharest. -A captivating movie that kept me on the edge of my sit. Congratulations, Dan Chisu! -Powerful, well established characters and excellent acting: Major Nicu Holban (Mihai Calin), journalist Liliana Calomfir (Diana Cavallioti), Coman (Emanuel Parvu) and Anca (Ana Radu, only 17 at the time of the filming). -Good script by Dan Chisu, with several themes woven into a colorful rug: the conflict between generations, the relationship with authority, attitudes toward homosexuality, the importance of tolerance, the depth of religion, various forms of love ... -Being right feels good. With the flag of righteousness in hand, various characters stump on law and morals, hurting love ones and themselves. -Several good final scenes in a quick succession. I thought: "What a good ending! But wait, this next scene is even better! OK, this is the real ending." -A movie about imperfection. -Quality cinematography by Adrian Silisteanu and editing by Letitia Stefanescu. It felt like a live news broadcast: dynamic, gripping. -What a difference 5 MINUTES can make! (?) -Let's go to the movies!


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Country:

Romania

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

17 October 2019 (Poland) See more »

Also Known As:

5 Minutes Too Late See more »

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Budget:

EUR700,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$1,683
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Domestic Film See more »
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