ICR London cordially invites you to the UK premiere of
RoxanneTuesday 29 April, 7pm | free entry
at ICR London, 1 Belgrave Square
The next film to be screened at the Romanian Cinematheque is Vali Hotea's Roxanne, one of the most unconventional attempts by a Romanian director to deal with the communist dictatorship and its lingering aftermath.
Set in the city of Bucharest 20 years after the Romanian Revolution, Roxanne tells the story of Tavi Ionescu, a nice but quite immature guy for his late 30s, who finds out from his Securitate (Secret Police) file that he might be the father of an unknown son. Starting his own investigation, Tavi is caught up in a complicated past that now comes to reveal ugly hidden truths, messing up his life and the lives of the ones close to him. For the first time, he is forced to make some really mature decisions.
International Film Festivals: Locarno, Sofia, Dublin, Cottbus, Anonimul.
Another masterpiece from the new Romanian wave! (Christian Jungen, NZZ am Sonntag, Switzerland)
When: 29 April, 7pm
Where: Romanian Cultural Institute, 1 Belgrave Square, London SW1X 8PH
In Romanian with English subtitles. 97 min.
Free entrance, but places are limited. Please confirm your attendance at T: 020 7752 0134, E: firstname.lastname@example.org
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