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Romanian Film Caravan hits the road on July 15 in Constanta

Films directed by Elisabeta Bostan, Alexandru Tatos and Mircea Dr?gan will be projected at the Romanian Film Caravan starting July  15 in Constanta, according to a press release conveyed to Mediafax.
Viewers can see the famous fishing party depicted in “Operation Monster”, starring Toma Caragiu, Octavian Cotescu and Marin Moraru, a film directed by Manole Marcus, and can see  Varvara (Draga Olteanu Matei), wife of Toderas (Marin Moraru), again  who wanted to marry the freshly-appointed village doctor (Emil Hossu) – in “The Freshmen Fall” (director Mircea Moldovan) – and can laugh at the petty thief trio made up of Gogu Steriade (Dem Radulescu), Trandafir (Puiu Calinescu) and Patraulea (Jean Constantin) in the famous comedy series “BD – The Miscellaneous Brigade”.
With a recently revamped filmography, image and sound speaking, “The Romanian Film Caravan – Masterpieces of national cinematography” will offer viewers exceptional quality image and sound Romanian hit films by Elisabeta Bostan (“Mother”, “Veronica”, “The Champion”, “The Clowns”, “Childhood Memories”, “Everlasting Youth”), Mircea Dragan (“Chirita in Iasi”, “Madam Chirita”, “The Soimarests”, “Stephen the Great”, “Brothers Jderi”, “The Miscellaneous Brigade” series), Alexandru Tatos (“Red Apples”, “Sequences”, “Anastasia passed by gently”), Manole Marcus (“The Actor and the Savages”, “Operation Monster”), Dinu Cocea (“The Outlaws”), Mircea Moldovan (“Pintea”, “The Freshmen Spring”, “The Freshmen Fall”, “The Freshmen Winter”), Gheorghe Vitanidis (“The Turquoise Necklace”, “The Silver Mask”).
This will be an opportunity to see again Romanian film great stars Toma Caragiu, Grigore Vasiliu Birlic, Marin Moraru, Dem Radulescu, Octavian Cotescu, Jean Constantin, Drag

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