Q&A with director Vlad Petri.
Twenty-three years after the Romanian Revolution, people are back on the streets of Bucharest, reclaiming University Square, the public space that was home to many anti-Communist demonstrations. The director follows their stories for one year, from the first days of the protests to the Referendum for the impeachment of the Romanian President. This is a poignant documentary about people who are at once devastated and impassioned, lost and encouraged, and about a revolution that becomes tragically absurd. You don’t need to be familiar with contemporary Romanian politics to connect with this funny and furious chronicle of recent history.