The action of the feature is set near the border with Ukraine. Roman, a young city man, goes to an isolated village in Dobrogea, where he intends to sell the land inherited from his grandfather who died several months ago. While he tries to close the sale deal, Roman gradually becomes the witness of some bizarre events. A general sense of menace is floating in the air.
In our Capital city, in the first weekend of its release, Dogs
may be seen at Hollywood Multiplex, Movieplex, Băneasa Grand Cinema & More, CineGlobe Titan, AFI Cinema City
Cotroceni, Cinema City Mega Mall, Cinema City Sun Plaza, Cinema City Park Lake, Cinemateca Union, Cinemateca Eforie, Europa.
During the first week, Dogs
will be screened in Adjud, Alba Iulia, Bacău, Baia Mare, Bârlad, Botoșani, Brăila, Brașov, Buzău, Caransebeș, Cluj-Napoca, Constanța, Craiova, Deva, Focșani, Galați, Gura Humorului, Iași, Mărășești, Odobești, Onești, Oradea, Oravița, Piatra Neamț, Pitești, Ploiești, Râmnicu Vâlcea, Reșița, Sibiu, Slobozia, Târgu Jiu, Târgu-Mureș, Timișoara, Vulcan.
In parallel, the film will start a journey about the country to the towns without movie theatres, and the first special screenings will be held in (Performance Hall, ex Cinema Dacia, 28 September, 19:30), Carei (Deak Endre Hall of the Cultural Centre, 29 September, 19:30), Zalău (the Municipal House of Culture, 30 September, 18.30 și 20.30), Curtea de Argeș (“George Topîrceanu” Culture and Arts Centre, 1 October, 19:00).
Details at: www.caini-filmul.ro