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The Summer When My Mother's Eyes Were Green@TNRS - Scena Digitala

by Tatiana Țîbuleac

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Online, TNRS - SCENA DIGITALA, Sibiu Watch 1.04 - 31.12.2021 30 lei
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The Summer When My Mother's Eyes Were Green@TNRS - Scena Digitala by Tatiana Țîbuleac

SCRIPT AND DIRECTED BY: Mariana Mihu-Plier

WITH: Ștefan Tunsoiu

 

TEAM: Eliza Ceprăzaru, Iustinian Turcu, Alin Gavrilă

duration: 1h 10min / 

A last summer when all destructive gesture must come out.

A last summer when all aggressive words must hit the victim with unrivalled precision.

A last summer when one can caress.

A last summer when one can forgive, protect, listen, love.

A last summer when one can get lost in the beauty, beyond the crooked world one has lived in.

A last summer when one can get lost in the colour of mother’s eyes.

A last summer to which Aleksy returns time and again, as if adding successive layers of paint: the yellow of sunflower fields, the blue of the calm sea, and the green of her eyes. A last summer when somebody experiences suffering to learn to live life to the fullest and most sincerely.

 

 

Tatiana Țîbuleac was born in Chisinau in 1978. Despite her promising journalistic experience in the Moldovan space as a TV anchor for PRO TV Chisinau, in 2008, she chose to settle in Paris and follow her passion for writing, in parallel with the audio-visual world. In 2016, she published the novel “The Summer When My Mother's Eyes Were Green”, which immediately became highly successful both in the French, and in the Romanian world. With a poetic and at times visceral writing, Tatiana Țîbuleac’s novel is a bitter-sweet love statement in the form of a poem-novel that won the Prize of the Union of Writers in the Republic of Moldova (2017), the Prize of the magazine “Observator Cultural” and the Prize of “Observator Lyceum” (2018).

 

PREVIEW: 27 JUNE 2019

PREMIERE: 8 OCTOBER 2019