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videoRomanian film review – A life’s journey: Licu, a Romanian Story

As autumn approaches, the selection of films shown in cinemas is more varied, kicking off the season of the most-awaited releases of the year....

videoRomanian film review – A family feast: The Anniversary

If  the latest Romanian film about a family reunion which goes hilariously wrong seems very familiar, you are right. Anyone who has seen Cristi...

videoRomanian film review – Where the Money Is: Kapitalism – Our...

So far, 2017 has turned out to be an agitated year, making several questions acutely (and painfully) relevant: how did Romania get here, what...

Romanian film review – Better than in the movies: Chuck Norris...

Trying to catch a film on TV at a decent hour is often impossible. Why Romanian stations prefer to air good movies after only...

Romanian film review – Tracing the real: Astra Film Festival

If you're in Sibiu at the moment, you have no excuse for not checking out Astra. If you are not and have some time...

Romanian film review – Crime and complicity: One Floor Below

Radu Muntean is a filmmaker of great precision and his latest film is a masterclass in faultless, highly precise filmmaking. The most exciting release...

Romanian film review – (Im)Moral tales of the 1990s: The Conjugal...

Fortunately, Romanian films are often on TV these days. Unfortunately, many of them are forgettable adventure or romance flicks. Once in a while though,...

Romanian film review – Secrets and numbers: Quod Erat Demonstrandum

Andrei Grusznicki’s Quod Erat Demonstrandum (QED), a stylish drama/thriller set in a scientists’ community in communism, is one of the finest films of last year...

Romanian film review – Dreamers and Dimwits: Ana

A few days ago I watched Ana at Scala cinema (on Magheru Boulevard in Bucharest) and was wondering why I was the only one...

Romanian film review – Monumental: The Autobiography of Nicolae Ceaușescu

I have been writing about documentarist Andrei Ujică times and times again, especially in connection with Videogramme einer Revolution/Videograms of a Revolution (1992), an...

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