is to reach Romanian theatres in September, distributed by Transilvania Film.
The action is located close to the Ukraine border. Roman, a young city man, arrives in an isolated village in Dobrogea, where he wants to sell the land he
inherited from his grandfather who passed away a few months ago. While he tries to close the deal, Roman gradually becomes witness to bizarre events. A general sense of threat is in the air.
“The screenplay was based on a world I know very well – the world where I grew up, at my grandmother's house in the countryside. In fact, I wasn't interested so much in that particular world, but in my emotions in relation to it, and I carry those emotions with me even now. What stayed with me is the arbitrary, unpredictable nature of violence over there – I saw people ready to kill each other without a certain reason – which was scary to me. How can you defend yourself of something you can't anticipate – not even in theory?”, Bogdan Mirică said.
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