Wanting to follow the current trend, Francesca, a young teacher from Bucharest, is eager to emigrate to Italy. Unfortunately,whilst desperately seeking support from those nearest and ...
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"Bucharest Non-Stop" is a Romanian feature film that tells the story of a neighborhood of Bucharest. More specifically, the film is a night of non-stop life of a store located in a ... See full summary »
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Ioana Anastasia Anton,
Wanting to follow the current trend, Francesca, a young teacher from Bucharest, is eager to emigrate to Italy. Unfortunately,whilst desperately seeking support from those nearest and dearest to her, various untold truths unravel.Written by
I'm not gonna bother myself with giving a detailed argumentation of why this movie is such a mess. It simply doesn't worth anyone's attention because it really doesn't seem to try to capture it. It's just another realistic movie... because that's exactly what the romanian cinema was missing, realism! We don't get enough of that in our REAL lives, we need realism in cinema too. The more real, the better. Imagination? In a romanian movie? Blasphemy!!! I rated it 2 and not 1 because we get to see Monica's behind; and when someone's rear end is the highlight of the movie... well I think that pretty much sums it up.
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