‘Acasa, My Home’ Is A Powerful Exploration Of Bureaucracy And Life In The City [Review]

‘Acasa, My Home’ Is A Powerful Exploration Of Bureaucracy And Life In The City [Review]
The Romanian documentary “Acasa, My Home” explores life outside the margins of society. The idea of living off the grid, raising kids, hunting and fishing and swimming and camping might be escapist, but it’s steeped in current realities. Who hasn’t felt the need to run away in this confusing and terrifying year?

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The stars of this fantasy, the Enache family, still have a few responsibilities: the care of Zane, their pet pig, as well as Gica, their sick patriarch.

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