1 April 2009 | Mihnea_aka_Pitbull
One new insult to everything that means cinematographic aesthetics, reason, good-sense and taste. This time, we have to bear the incoherent and unlikely story of a woman who looks 50 while stating to be 30, sexually harassed by three men (and even possessed by all of them alternatively), while she is plagued by an absurd form of urinary constipation. Fortunately, the other characters are immune to this affliction, so we see them urinating or defecating virtually every time when they appear on screen. Except this, some secondary issues regarding the expulsion of Romanian crooks from Canada, a sex-triangle and an illegitimate baby are vaguely and chaotically followed, into a crude attempt to gather together a semblance of "social criticism story". The result is both disgusting and messy – a genuine disgrace for Romanian cinema
One wonders WHY do they produce such visual shows ("movies" being a word that has no bearing in this case). One popular suggestion is that it's all nothing more than a combination of embezzling and bribery: the government funds, allocated for any such production, are heftily divided between the producer, writer, director and their families, plus the C.N.C. jurors and executives. If this be the case, the matter already falls into the criminal field. If not, and they are all innocent, we can only conclude that it's the same brand of innocence as the one of a homeless old person peacefully dreaming on a park bench, with the glue fumes in their sinuses.