Radu has come back from Italy after an year and finds his wife totally changed. They spend the night trying to rediscover their selves. The distance has created distrust and confusion ...
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Radu has come back from Italy after an year and finds his wife totally changed. They spend the night trying to rediscover their selves. The distance has created distrust and confusion between them but Radu hopes for a new beginning. Music resounds beyond the railroad. The night was never that long.Written by
Rarely can see a movie so bad. First, the film is not made for normal screen; it is only a framework of approx. 1.5 m x 3 m. The first 5 minutes are spoken in Italian, the translation is in Romanian language (in Romania) but the text is faded. The sound is poor: even though I am Romanian I understood very difficult and only partially the dialogs. Written and directed by incompetents. It is not allowed to write in public what I think about them. Much of the film was filmed in the deep dark and we do not understand anything. A mockery of filmmakers and actors picking through the suburbs. Who pays such nonsense and shameful movie ?
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