Director: RADU JUDE
In 1981, chalk slogans written in uppercase letters started appearing in public spaces in the Romanian city of Botoşani. They demanded freedom, alluded to the democratic developments taking place in Romania’s socialist sister countries or simply called for improvements in the food supply. Mugur Călinescu was behind them, who was still at school at the time and whose case is documented in the files of the Romanian secret police. Theatre director Gianina Cărbunariu created a documentary play based on this material.
Radu Jude born in Bucharest, Romania in 1977. He graduated with a degree in Film from Bucharest's Media University in 2003. In 2009 he made his feature debut «The Happiest Girl in the World». His filmography includes «Everybody in Our Family» (2012), «Aferim!» (2015), «Scarred Hearts» (2016), «I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians» (2018).
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