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If you do a find at IMDb about 'Reconstituirea' (The Re-enactment) you will receive two hits. One of them is by Lucian Pintilie, one of the most interesting Romanian directors of theater and occasionally a gifted movie director. His 1968 movie intended to be the begin of a fresh page in the Romanian cinema, at the time winds of change were blowing in Eastern Europe and democracy was being tried in Czechoslovakia. However the change did not happen, the Soviet units invaded Czechoslovakia in August that year, and democracy and freedom had to wait for other two decades until they prevailed in Eastern Europe. Pintilie's movie was taken out of the theaters, and the fresh wave of the Romanian cinema was to be created many decades soon by young people who were children or not even born in 1968.The another movie is a documentary made in 1960 by Virgil Calotescu. Usual cinema goers in Romania never had a possibility to view it, as it was screened only in closed theaters, as a propaganda exercise. Yet, Calotescu and cameraman Pantelie Tutuleasa were well known movie personalities in Romania at that time. Both movies are about re-enactment of crimes committed during the Communist regime.'Marele Jaf Comunist' (The Nice Communist Robbery) is a documentary about the making of the 1960 documentary which exceeds by huge the limits of the genre. It says the storyline of a group of Romanian of Jewish origin, former Communists, who robbed a cash move of the Bank of Romania gangster-style in 1959. The reasons of their crime is a mystery until today, it may have been the find of journey combined with frustration because of the turn Communism was taking, or maybe political reason similar to the desire to support the emigration to Israel. After a large investigation of the secret police their were caught, and force to re-enact the robbery, then place on trial and condemned to death. All five boys were executed, the only girl in the gang was place on prison for life, she got out of jail a several years soon and died soon in Israel in the 70s. We do not learn too much about the real and finished motivations of these folks from the movie.There is a powerful message in this documentary that comes out from the movie in movie composition and from the permanent juxtaposition of the propaganda text that the 1960 documentary was using with the realities of life under Communist rule. By doing this Alexandru Solomon intended to create a real documentary about a documentary of lies. Those who survived - investigators, judges, the cameraman, fellow detainees, neighbors, collateral victims of the original investigation - all say their side of the storyline and it looks like the documentary makers did not push too difficult on them, they allow them deliever their own pieces of the puzzle leaving to us the viewers the task of composing our own full image. What we receive is the mirroring of a time when everything was place in the service of the system, when instruments of truth - the justice system or the movie in the camera - had become part of the lies empire.
I didn't thought that Romanian are capable of making such a movie. This film is about our roots (Romanian), about our illusions, about our nightmares. Not only for those born after '90 the communism appears in a mythical form, but most for those who lived than and who have been educated to forget, not to place themselves many questions and the most necessary not to test to search answers. .... "Communism" and "humanity" are antonyms!!! This film shows the communist era "in all it's splendor" - a moral cancer which is spreading irreversible in all the corners of the Romanian society. There are written many ebooks - and there will be more- about this, but words fade when side by side whit photos ... i think this film will tag a turn in some lives.
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