Art Cinema Award pour « That Trip We Took With Dad », de Anca Miruna Lăzărescu, lors du Festival Jameson Cinefest 2016
La Confédération Internationale des Cinémas d’Art et d’Essai est heureuse d’annoncer que le prix ART CINEMA AWARD de la CICAE a été attribué au film Utazás apánkkal (That Trip We Took with Dad) de Anca Miruna Lăzărescu lors du 13e Jameson Cinefest à Miskolc, Hongrie.
Informations sur le film
THAT TRIP WE TOOK WITH DAD
Allemagne/Roumanie/Suède/Hongrie, 2016, 111 minutes
Réalisation et scénario : Anca Miruna Lăzărescu
Interprétation : Alex Mărgineanu, Răzvan Enciu, Ovidiu Schumacher, Susanne Bormann, Manuel Klein
Production : Filmallee
Coproduction: Mirage Film, Strada Film, Chimney, Bayerischer Rundfunk (BR), Arte
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Romania, 1968. Two very different brothers: Mihai is a secret police informant, Emil is a dedicated dissident. When they have the opportunity to have their ailing father’s eyes operated on in East Germany, the three set out on a moving odyssey which finally takes them to West Germany. After her short SILENT RIVER, which won over 80 awards, THAT TRIP WE TOOK WITH DAD is Anca M. Lăzărescu‘s feature film debut.
Décision du jury :
Out of all the films, That Trip We Took With Dad showed the most authenticity to the story, and also from a visual and dramatic perspective. It emerged above all especially because of the cultural and historic relevance to the modern audience. The film showed us the complex situation of everyday lives between the citizen and the regime.
It is the perfect Eastern European road movie, with the best supporting elements which include good humour, interesting characters, well directed sequences, beautiful photography and lets not forget the 60s beat and rock soundtrack throughout the whole film.
During the film, the main characters face a dilemma of saving the life of their father while risk coming out as traitors, against the choice of becoming national heroes but at the same time victims of the regime. It is showing us in a sarcastic way what it meant to live during the socialist era in the East, or even to be a socialist figure with that vision during that time.
Le jury était composé de :
Paraszkay György, Budapest, Hongrie
Matthew Maggi, Soppa Films, Malte
Hanula Zsolt, Budapest Film, Budapest, Hongrie