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Those who belong to the state security apparatus, however, while in real life hardly angels, are so typecast that they fit into what Soviet director Sergei Eisenstein termed “typage” - instantaneously recognisable caricatures that do not require explanation or depth.

Most of the films of the Romanian New Wave are set during the 1980's under Ceausescu's communist rule.

Suddenly the camera starts to move back and forth between the young men, in colour, interspersed with black-and-white footage of them being observed on screen by government enforcers. After a while, predictability rules: a chance encounter between soldiers and resisters, an occasional betrayal, a small attack.

Why make a film, with such uncontrolled directing and editing, so long?

Licensed in English and American Literature, University of Iasi, 1993.

Since the beginning of the Twenty-First Century, there has been a sudden barrage of critically acclaimed films of Romanian origin.

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