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One Floor Below

Cannes 2015
Un Certain Regard
Toronto 2015
Official Selection

One Floor Below

A Film by Radu Muntean

2015 - Romania - Drama - DCP - 2.35 - 93 min.

with Teo Corban , Iulian Postelnicu , Oxana Moravec & Ionut Bora

Language: Romanian
Produced by Dragoș Vîlcu

After being the sole unfortunate witness to a domestic quarrel that ends up in a murder, Patrascu finds himself at odds with two very close neighbors: one is the bizarre murderer. The other is his very own conscience.

Cannes 2015
Un Certain Regard
Toronto 2015
Official Selection

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