Dating romania 2016
Will the next generation have the courage and the luck to be the generation of the change?Romania is a semi-presidential republic with a head of government - the prime minster - and a head of state - the president.She just has to pass her final exams - a formality for such a good student. For the last decade Romanian directors succeeded to surprise viewers and juries with their films dealing with hardships of life under the Communist dictatorship, and about the period that followed immediately, a time that carried the sequels of the dictatorship in the difficult transition that the country has undergone.On the day before her first written exam, Eliza is assaulted in an attack that could jeopardize her entire future. There are ways of solving the situation, but none of them using the principles he, as a father, has taught his daughter.: Eliza, you have to do your best. Some important steps in life depend on small things. You know, in '91, your Mum and I decided to move back. We thought things would change, we thought we'd move mountains. It's kind of a revenge and recovery both from an artistic but also an attitude point of view, because Romanian cinema was deeply affected by censorship, and the directors of the previous generations enjoyed less freedom than their colleagues in other former Communist countries, having to either compromise, or had their movies severely chopped of, if not simply interdicted.Mungiu seems to control very tight his actors and makes sure that all intended nuances are there, while Adrian Sitaru, the director of Illegitimate gave much more freedom to the actors, who could improvise and build their own version of the characters.The result is impressing in both movies, confirming Titieni as one of the best film actors of his generation.Same as in 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days, the film that brought him the Palme d' Or, the hero of Mungiu's latest film crosses the borders of law and buries his own moral rules in order to help.It's just that here it's not about helping the best friend, but his own kid (same them as in another Romanian production that I liked - Child's Pose) but by doing this he becomes the master of her destiny - is this really for her good?
The larger your country's economy, the more it pays – and vice versa.The Council of the EU doesn't have a permanent, single-person president (like e.g. Instead, its work is led by the country holding the Council presidency, which rotates every 6 months.During these 6 months, ministers from that country's government chair and help determine the agenda of Council meetings in each policy area, and facilitate dialogue with the other EU institutions.He was quite careful in pointing that the film should be taken as what it is, meaning one film representing maybe one facet of the Romanian reality, but not all of it.There are two main themes in the film: First it's about the generation gap, about parents sacrificing everything for what they perceive as best for their kids - but is this 'everything' the best or even good?