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Jean-Christophe Buisson: “An ideal culprit”


CHRONICLE – The Romanian film school continues to offer the world little masters of directing.

A novice secretly leaves her monastery for a no less clandestine operation in a city hospital. She will never return to the convent. The taxi driver who brings her back rapes and beats her savagely, leaving her for dead. After several days in a coma, she regains consciousness a little but refuses to denounce her executioner.

The inspector in charge of the investigation (his last) guesses what the spectator knows: it is indeed this man who committed the crime. But how to get him to admit it? Are all the means good for making justice triumph? And why this determination to send to prison, or even worse, a man who claims to be innocent and whom his victim, strangely, refuses to designate as guilty?

The Romanian film school continues to offer the world little masters of directing. The new one is called Bogdan George Apetri. Refusing to obey the classic codes of crime fiction, he takes his time to film an investigation which itself skates, multiplies still shots…

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