The Days to Come
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Available for streaming at www.kinoeuropa.hr:
– from Tue 10 Nov at 18:00 to Wed 11 Nov at 18:00
– from Sat 14 Nov at 11:00 to Sun 15 Nov at 23:00
In his latest film, Radu Jude, two-time winner of ZFF (The Happiest Girl in the World – ZFF 2009, Special Mention; Everybody in Our Family – ZFF 2020, Golden Pram; Aferim! – ZFF 2016) and one of the most famous Romanian directors today, digs deep into the archives of Ceauşescu’s regime. In 1981, large anti-communist slogans start appearing on Romanian buildings and the secret police is convinced it’s the work of a foreign agent or secret organization. To the nation’s surprise, the investigation reveals that the culprit is a 16-year-old student, Mugur Călinescu. The film is a fascinating and gruesome exploration of national history and a warning about the dangers of collective forgetting.
Radu Jude (1977) is one of the most prominent contemporary Romanian directors. Author of The Happiest Girl in the World (2009), Everybody in Our Family (2012), Aferim! (Silver Bear for Best Director), Scarred Hearts (2016), and I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians (2018).