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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 neighborhood blocks. Four drive four different stories linked by a key figure, Achim, known as "the boy from non-stop(24 hours open)", played by George Ifrim. The film wants to convey the story of ordinary people in extraordinary situations.
Just somebody who never spent some nights on the streets would not appreciate this movie.
The first scene (which is very well shot) is a nice analogy to Alfred Hitchcock's masterpiece Rear Window. The script is also very well written and the cast was outstanding.
I enjoyed the dialogue and was really touched by the sensitive side of the movie.
It's sad that romanians are glorifying movies like Miami Bici nowadays.
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