DVD Când se lasa seara peste Bucuresti sau metabolism

DVD Când se lasa seara peste Bucuresti sau metabolism
DVD Când se lasa seara peste Bucuresti sau metabolism
Run time: 89 min
Rating: 6.5
Genres: Drama
Director: Corneliu Porumboiu
Writers: Corneliu Porumboiu
Stars: Diana Avramut, Gabi Cretan, Bogdan Dumitrache
Focused on a director and his leading actress while they are off the set. They discuss the discrepancies between film and digital cinema, Western and Eastern food, and try to capture an unfiltered (and seemingly impossible) sense of “reality” on film. Written by Alec
Country: Romania, France
Release Date: 20 September 2013 (Romania)

1 Comment

  1. Even it seems like a boring movie, it tells so many things to us from a narrowed perspective. The movie is mostly about the film industry in Romania, but it also says something about the modern relationships. The relationship between Paul (the director) and the actress (forgot her name) is has nothing to do with emotions. They are only sleeping together because of being taking part in the same movie. Although Paul seems like the cool and the muscular one, after being sure that the actress doesn't into him, he changes the script and turns into the previous one, just because of his emotions. It means that the difference between men and women is disappearing. The meals they have and the difference between their eating styles is also very important to show how their relationship is. They always defend different ideas, can't get each other easily, but they never stop sleeping. That is not because being attached or being in love. Actually there isn't any reason in the movie, but isn't it how people live today. Doing things without thinking, without any reasons. Like "zombies" (–> Only Lovers Left Alive). This is not the only thing that this movie tells us from its narrowed window. But this is the only thing that is important to me. If you like to see the differences which are disappearing or still lasting between men and women, go and watch this.

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