Sequences Trailer

Sequences Trailer (1982)

29 November 1982 Drama 98 mins

In this interesting drama, three sequences which could have formed separate stories are linked together, like cars on a train, to give a larger perspective on the nature of reality and film. The three episodes are joined together by one film crew at work on two different jobs. In the beginning, the crew is introduced as they juggle their dual roles as State-supported propagandists who laud their government and society, and as private movie makers working on their own film. Next, they are in a restaurant looking for suitable locations to film when the eatery’s owner, through no fault of his own, is induced to wax long and lugubriously on his miserable life. In the last segment, two extras are in the background of a scene, sitting at a table in a restaurant. It slowly becomes apparent to one of them that the man he’s sitting with tortured him more than 40 years ago at a Nazi concentration camp during World War II.

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Cast

Geo Barton

as Papasha

Mircea Diaconu

as motel keeper

Emilia Dobrin

as herself

Dragos Pîslaru

as lonely young man

Ion Vîlcu

as movie extra

International Releases Dates

Romania 29 November 1982

United States 09 April 1986

Production Companies

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