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Wrong Track (2004)

We live in a world where we all follow the same path every day like a dancer on a rope, like trains on their tracks, following the flow, the crowd - ...and if sometimes we try to escape the... See full summary »

Director:

Andrei Negoita Zagoradnai (as Andu Negoita)

Writer:

Andrei Negoita Zagoradnai (as Andu Negoita)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Lucian Nuta Lucian Nuta ... Leading role
Andrei Negoita Zagoradnai ... Snake (as Andu Negoita)
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Storyline

We live in a world where we all follow the same path every day like a dancer on a rope, like trains on their tracks, following the flow, the crowd - ...and if sometimes we try to escape the dull and monotonous life, we don't always find what we were hoping for...most of the time if we succeed, we are called losers or crazy or outcasts...But how do we know we chose the right track? Our main character could be any of us: a regular worker living in a standardized society, following the same rules, dressing the same, eating the same, following the same schedule every day...but one day the hidden and forgotten child in him wakes up, and tells him to stop and choose another path...between the child and the evil co- habituating in his soul, he tries to get out of the tracks he's caught in...and he thinks he succeeded, but not for a long time. Unfortunately he's touched already by the seeds of evil, and whatever he does, it takes him the wrong way. Not even suicide will help him escape...he ... Written by Andu Negoita

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Genres:

Short

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Country:

USA

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

7 May 2004 (USA) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$23,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Paradox Film See more »
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Color:

Color
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