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Constantin and Elena (2008)

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on September 4, 2011

On the 4th of September 2009,I have participated at the late screening of the documentary “Constantin and Elena“, directed by the UNATC editing section graduate Andrei Dăscălescu. I find it very interesting and useful the way in which he promoted his film, through facebook. As you can see in the video I shot, there were quite a few people arond there, and I had to get in line in the end to have a small talk with the director and congratulate him.

Trailer of the documentary “Constantin and Elena”

My rating: 8 / 10 (Masterpiece)

What I found great about the movie is the way in which it emphases with the naturalness of the two characters, the importance of being and staying together. Actually, it’s about an unitary character – the couple, which, beyond the content, shares the values that stand beyond a long-lasting relationship.

I highly appreciate his film for the idea that is put out there and this is very closely connected to another great documentary, The Demographic Winter.

I also invite you to see this documentary and correlate it with what I found out from here:

The New Cinema for the Romanian Directors opened at the National Peasant’s Museum is doing a great job in bringing people at art movies. I’ve been there at a lot of movies and I’ve been impressed by the large presence of the public.

This post has been moved from Analytic Vision to Debug Your Mind.

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