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Maria Dinulescu shot Depeche Mode’s clip “Peace” in a train

Maria Dinulescu shot the video clip “Peace” of the group Depeche Mode, which will be launched soon, in a passenger train which connects Bucharest and Ploiesti, but also in areas from the two cities, which illustrate the communist past of Romania, the actress declared on Tuesday for Mediafax. The clip which was shot during three days, is signed by the French directors Jonas and Francois, who directed also Madonna’s video clip “4 Minutes.” The clip was shot in Bucharest and Ploiesti, but also on a passenger train which circulates between the two localities. For this shooting, the team hired a train wagon which left Bucharest at 6.00 a.m. The actress said that there were passengers who wanted to get right on that wagon, being not aware of what was happening. “They wanted to shoot especially in <> places,” the actress said about the team, stressing that the authors wanted to imprint an East-European atmosphere to the film. Maria Dinulescu said that her character returns from a communist past into a present that she does not recognize any longer. “Practically, they wanted to make a video clip about a time which had not even existed for them,” she said. In the video clip there is also an old Dacia car. And since she had to play the role of a soldier in the video clip, Maria Dinulescu requested the help of the male team.


“I was watching how a man is moving, how he reacts,” he said. “Then we discussed like men,” the actress added. Since the two French directors were at their first collaboration with a professional actor, Maria Dinulescu said that she felt like being “at the beginning of a road.”

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