Tales from the Golden Age (2009)

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Several urban legends of Communist Romania are dramatized.


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Directors:

Hanno Höfer , Razvan Marculescu , Cristian Mungiu , Constantin Popescu , Ioana Uricaru

Writer:

Cristian Mungiu

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14 May 2013 | rstout3526
9
| What - and tell the neighbours that I'm going to gas a pig!!!!
A Humorous Look at the Dark Days of Communist Romania in the 1980's. A look back at Soviet Block Romania before transition - Ceacescu's

so-called 'Golden Age', and told in a series of short stories and

events based on urban legends that used to circulate in Romania

during that period. The dark humour, stoicism and pathos are abundant

and the whole cinematic experience is a true joy to watch. Tales from

the Golden Age can be equally likened to other slow paced cinema

gems such as Lake Tahoe, Vodka Lemon, Goodbye Lenin, The Return, 4

Months 3 Weeks & 2 Days, The Banishment and the wonderful Legacy. It

is one of those films that you can watch over and over again and

still find something new. So much different from standard mainstream Hollywood formula tosh of

today. To me they all provide to an outsider an education and greater

understanding of these peoples and places. An absolute gem.

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Release Date:

26 August 2011

Language

Romanian


Country of Origin

Romania, France

Filming Locations

Romania

Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$494,486

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