28 MAI 2010

Dacia, dragostea mea
Regizori: Julio Soto & Stefan Constantinescu

Locatie: Cinema Union, str. Ion Campineanu, nr. 21

Documentarul de 75 minute, intitulat in engleza “My Beautiful Dacia”, este un portret comic si degajat al evolutiei Romaniei din perioada comunista pana in prezent, facut prin intermediul celui mai emblematic simbol al sau – automobilul Dacia. “In filmul nostru, urmarim diferite generatii de romani, de la cei mai in varsta, mai nostalgici, pana la cei mai tineri si ambitiosi, aratand transformarile ce se petrec in societatea romana de astazi. Ceea ce leaga toate povestile este intotdeauna masina Dacia: prima oara un simbol al comunismului, iar in prezent reflectia noii piete capitaliste de consum.” (Julio Soto si Stefan Constantinescu)

Filmul este regizat de Julio Soto, regizor si producator spaniol si Stefan Constantinescu, artist si realizator roman care locuieste in Suedia.


MAY 28, 2010

My Beautiful Dacia
Directed by: Julio Soto & Stefan Constantinescu


Venue: Cinema Union, str. Ion Campineanu, nr. 21

My Beautiful Dacia is a light hearted and humoristic portrayal of the evolution of Romania from Communism to Capitalism, seen through the eyes of its most emblematic symbol, the Dacia automobile. “In our film, we will follow different generations of Romanians – from the old nostalgic to the young entrepreneurs – showing the present transformation of Romanian society. The connecting point between the different stories is always the Dacia car: first, a symbol of the ambitions of Communist technology and now a reflection of the new global economy. ” (Julio Soto si Stefan Constantinescu)

Julio Soto is a Spanish film director and producer. Stefan Constantinescu is a well known Romanian artist living in Sweden

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