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Wanting to follow the current trend, Francesca, a young teacher from Bucharest, is eager to emigrate to Italy. Unfortunately,whilst desperately seeking support from those nearest and dearest to her, various untold truths unravel.Written by
I saw a lot of Romanian films, some good and some lesser, but almost all of them had this lack of naturalness... finally here is not the case! Then, the girl is playing 'big time'...the whole film is very well played, the whole cast. The film has 'minuses'...the 'sound' remain specific Romanian (i can't understand...i could do some better EQ), then, not a single true funny moment, which makes the film a little too bitter...but, finally, the girl is 'sweet enough'! anyway, despite the plot, I've remained with a 'good taste'. In conclusion, the film is not as much as a 'Romanian film', but a true European film... a 'must see'
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