By: Ovidiu Cioclov
Translation into Hungarian: Zsolt Csepei
Directed by: Ovidiu Caița
Set design: Mihai Păcurar
With: Andrada Balea, Zsolt Csepei, Levente Imecs-Magdó, Alina Mișoc, Emőke Pál, Tavi Voina
Technicians: Cătălin Filip, Júlia Sipos
Photo and video for the poster: Mihai Păcurar
Duration: 90 min.
Recommended age: 14+
Subject: life in bilingual communities
Atmosphere: immersive and current
Some people run from the place where they’re born, they feel they can’t evolve there; others, on the contrary, stay in the same place their entire life - they can only grow where their roots are. The former carry their personal stories like luggage, the others grow their stories together with their heavy roots.
All these people meet in a city, Cluj, let’s say, but not necessarily, a young, technological, touristic, multicultural city, with a good image, and the best image, photo specialists say, is taken during the golden hour, at sunrise or sunset, when the light is warm and soft. Beyond the golden hour gilding there are still the people and their stories, which are connected no matter the language they speak. What happens after the warm, soft light disappears?
A coproduction Reactor de creație și experiment and Váróterem Projekt.
The event is part of the project Fágás. Multicultural perspectives - the consolidation of cultural entrepreneurship in Cluj-Napoca in an interethnic Romanian-Hungarian context.
Program financed through the SEE Grants 2014-2021 in the RO-CULTURA Program.