It is a beautifully sunny morning in Bucharest when Tudor heads to the local park with his 5-year-old daughter Maria and his 7-year-old son Ilie. When he turns his attention back to the kids after making a few phone calls, he is unable to spot his youngest anywhere.
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Digital. Indie Lisboa # 13. With camera by hand, this is a new film that avoids the banalities in which Romanian cinema sometimes seems to be falling and reinvents itself, like with Radu Jude and Cristi Puiu. In this, the sequence-shots give us not only a formal expertise but, above all, the scope of a collective worn by a small indicative present, a perishable whole revealed by cinema's significance.
I didn't expect to walk into the movie theater only to subdue myself to 2 and a half hours of cinematic rape. Raw, desperate Romanian film making. Popescu probably beat Haneke at his own game with this one
Véritable cauchemar pour tout parent, Pororoca, pas un jour ne passe est un drame d'une grande violence psychologique décrivant avec une acuité glaçante l'impuissance face au doute et l'absence. Chronique complète à lire sur Citazine http://www.citazine.fr/article/pororoca-jour-ne-passe-parc-anatheme