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Dana Bunescu: I dedicate the Silver Bear to "Ana, mon amour" film crew

Dana Bunescu, the winner of a Silver Bear for her outstanding artistic contribution to the editing of "Ana, mon amour" of director Calin Peter Netzer says she is dedicating this trophy to the film's crew.

"To the crew. To each and every member of the crew, because all of their work is there. By the time it reached me, the fabric passed through the hands and heads of so many. And the presence of them is felt in every photogram. And it should be respected. And this is why I find it important what was going on," Dana Bunescu told AGERPRES.

She asserted that she made a good team with all of those she worked with on this movie.

"I made a good team - it is not the first time we work together, we have collaborated on the Child's Pose, too – it's a delight. We go along perfectly. We always negotiate the negotiable. There is no such thing like slamming the door in one's face. We talk and we make, so our collaboration is very easy, very pleasant," says Dana Bunescu.

She urged the spectators to enjoy the film. "There are as many as 200 people who have sweated to make this film. (...) I wish them to enjoy the film, although they'll leave the theatre hall with a sour taste because it is that kind of movie stirring certain mindset," she added.

The analysis of a love story, a peculiar incursion that contemplates the most tense and delicate moments in a couple's evolution, the movie "Ana, mon amour" was worldly screened on Friday night in the official competition of the 67th edition of the Berlinale – International Film Festival of Berlin.

The script signed Calin Peter Netzer, Cezar Paul Badescu and Iulia Lumanare, and inspired by the novel "Luminita, mon amour" written by Cezar Paul Badescu, is starring Mircea Postelnicu, Diana Cavallioti, Adrian Titieni.

Source: Romanian National News Agency AGERPRES

 

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