|Awards||2014 International Film Festival Rotterdam|
|Plot||What does a retired police officer, a dog trainer, the founder of a political party and anti-government protesters have in common? They've all met on the streets of Bucharest, 23 years after the Romanian Revolution, determined to reclaim the public space. Vlad Petri is following their stories for one year, from the first days of the anti-government protests to the days of the Referendum against the President. Divided into 3 parts: 'The protest', 'The people' and 'The impeachment' this film is a personal insight on the stories of people, their claims, expectations and views on democracy. Mainly observational in style, the film raises questions about the role of the public space, the power of the individual, the relationship between the citizen and the state and the understanding of democracy in a society caught between a communist past and an uncertain future.... see Bucuresti, unde esti? on IMDb|
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