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The latest from Radu Jude, one of the leading European directors and two-time ZFF laureate (The Happiest Girl in the World, Everybody in Our Family), is a provocative and dizzying satire about business culture and whitewashing of the corporate image, packed with absurdities that could only happen in real life. Honoured with two awards at this year’s Locarno, the film follows an overworked and underpaid Angela who drives around Bucharest filming potential protagonists for a workplace safety film commissioned by a multinational. When one of the interviewees blames the company for his accident, a scandal ensues.
Subtitles: EN, HR
Radu Jude belongs to the second generation of the so-called Romanian New Wave filmmakers. Among others, his filmography includes: The Happiest Girl in the World (ZFF 2009, Special Mention), Everybody in Our Family (ZFF 2012, Golden Pram), Aferim! (ZFF 2016; Silver Bear for Best Director), I Do Not Care If We Go Down in History as Barbarians (2018), Uppercase Print (ZFF 2020), Bad Luck Banging or Loony Porn (ZFF 2021; Golden Bear for Best Film), Do Not Expect Too Much from the End of the World (ZFF 2023).