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Here... I Mean There

Direction
Year
2013
Country
  • Romania
Runtime
76min
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Subtitles

Ani and Sanda are two girls from Maramuresh who grew up with their grandparents. Their parents are working in Spain, like so many other Romanians. When they left, their common project looked promising: with the money earned in Spain they shall build a house in which the whole family will be happy. After more than 10 years, things haven’t turned out as planned, and the big house is far from being finished. Laura Capatana-Juller accompanied Ani and Sanda for three years, following with a tender and talented eye the struggles of these two girls turned into teenagers while their parents were away.

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  • Original Title
    Aici... Adica Acolo
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Laura Capatana Juller
  • Cinematography
    Ancuta Iordachescu, Laura Capatana Juller
  • Editing
    Dana Bunescu
  • Sound
    Ancuta Iordachescu
  • Runtime
    76 min (46-90 min.)
  • Year
    2013
  • Country
    • Romania
  • Format
    • Colour
  • Production
  • Festivals
    • One World Romania 2012, Romania (Work-in-Progress)
    • Astra Film Festival 2012, Romania

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