The Romanian Cultural Institute is excited to screen one of the most praised debut films of recent years, Nicolae Constantin Tănase’s disturbing, pessimistic ‘The World is Mine’. The intensity of the performances, the documentary-like realism and the relevance of the topic make it one of the most poignant films about growing up in the turbulent peripheries of Romanian big cities in recent times. The film had its UK premiere in 2016 at the East End Film Festival, with support from RCI London.
‘The World Is Mine’ is a coming of age drama focussing on the story of Larisa (Ana Maria Guran), a regular teenager from Constanța, Romania. Larisa wants a lot from life: money, power, influence, popularity, and respect. Now that she is in love, she will do anything for that.
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