“The Japanese Dog” and “Quod Erat Demonstrandum” at New Directors/New Films festival

“The Japanese Dog” movie by Cristian Jurgiu and “Quod Erat Demonstrandum” by Andrei Gruzsniczki will be screened at the New Directors/New Films Festival organized by The Film Society of Lincoln Center and the famous Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), and will take place between March 19 and 30 in New York. Tudor Cristian Jurgiu’s feature depicts the emotional story of reconciliation between a father and his son, who left the country for a long time. The movie marks Victor Rebengiuc’s comeback in a major role on the big screen. “Quod Erat Demonstrandum” written and directed by Andrei Gruzsniczki starts from the decision made by a mathematician (Sorin Leoveanu) to publish a research in a specialized magazine of an American university in 1984, without the Party’s approval.

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