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    77 min

    • Romanian


    L'Atelier program of Cinefondation, Cannes Film Festival 2011

    Wolf is in love with Clara. But she is with all these other men. Wolf’s mother is with another man too. She says she is in love with him. This hurts. It makes Wolf think about his dead father. He misses him. Sometimes Wolf feels his father so close to him that it can’t be simply memories. If he was here everything would be alright. They would be together. Clara would hold Wolf and he would not be alone anymore. His mother will hold him and he will close his eyes and he will feel her smell. Finally, all of them here. So close and so far away from each other. Holding Wolf, Clara will think about some other man. Holding the father, the mother will think about her man. Everybody dreaming of somebody else. Wolf can’t find the solace he is looking for. They are all together but he can’t even be sure anymore if Clara is real or not. He feels trapped into this closed world and he has to escape.


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    Mihai Vasilescu
    Ada Condeescu
    Costel Cascaval
    Barbu Balasoiu
    George Cragg
    Stefan Tatu
    Bogdan Mustata

    Bogdan Mustata


    Born in 1975, Bogdan graduated from the Romanian Film School in 2001. Daniela, a short film directed during his years of study, received awards in the Munich and Karlovy Vary Festivals of Film Schools in 2001. From 2002 up to 2007, Bogdan lived in Vietnam and then Dubai where he worked as a scriptwriter and director for several projects: a TV series, a feature film project, several TVCs and TV programs. Back in Romania, his long feature film script A HEART SHAPED BALLOON, co-written by director Catalin Mitulescu (currently in production), received awards both in Sarajevo CineLink 2006 and Thessaloniki Balkan Fund 2006 and participated in l’Atelier Cannes 2007. Bogdan directed the short film A GOOD DAY FOR A SWIM, which won the Golden Bear for the best short film in the 2008 Berlinale. The film participated in dozens of important festivals and won a couple of awards in Palm Springs 2008. His feature debut, WOLF, premiered at Sarajevo IFF and went on to screen at Festival du Film Francophone de Namur and Torino FF.