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„Charleston” Romanian-French film to hit over 40 theaters countrywide

“Charleston”, the most-expected movie of the summer, will hit theaters across Romania as of Friday, June 8. Andrei Crețulescu’ debut film, about which „Variety” says it resembles Wes Anderson’s films, while” introducing a vibrant, even sexy Bucharest” boasts a „heavy” distribution, with iconic Romanian actors starring: Șerban Pavlu, Radu Iacoban, Victor Rebengiuc, Ana Ciontea, Dorian Boguță, Andreea Vasile, Adrian Titieni and Ana Ularu.

„Charleston” will be screened in Bucharest  (Cinema City AFI Cotroceni, Grand Cinema & More Băneasa, Movieplex, Happy Cinema, Hollywood Multiplex, Cinemateca Union, Cinemateca Eforie, Cinema Pro, Cinema Elvira Popescu, Cinema Muzeul Țăranului, Cinema Europa), Baia Mare (Cinema Dacia), Bârlad (Cityplex Victoria), Botoșani (Cinema Unirea), Brașov (Cinema One), Brăila (Cinema Central), Buzău (Happy Cinema), Caransebeș (Cinema Luna), Cluj (Cinema Victoria, Cinema City Iulius Mall), Constanța (Cityplex Tomis, Cinema City Park), Craiova (Cinema Modern), Focșani (Happy Cinema Focșani), Galați (Cinema 3D “Ioan Manole”), Gura Humorului, Iași (Cinema Ateneu), Lugoj (Cinema “Bela Lugosi”), Oravița, Oradea (Cinema Palace), Piatra Neamț (Cinema Dacia), Petroșani (Cinema 3D – Victoria), Pitești (Cinema Trivale, Cinema “Sebastian Papaiani”), Râmnicu Sărat (Cinema 3D), Reșița (Cinema Dacia), Sfântu Gheorghe (Cityplex Arta), Slobozia, Târgu Mureș (Cinema Arta), Timișoara (Cinema City Shopping City), Vulcan (Cinema Luceafărul), Vaslui (Cityplex), Vatra Dornei.

Preview screenings were due in Alba Iulia, Iasi, Piatra Neamt, Focsani and Buzau, attended by the actors.

“Charleston” is the bitter-sweet story of an absurd  love triangle, consisting in two men and the woman whom they have both lost, it is a retro-pop cocktail spiced with Gallows humour, emotion, it is an eclectic soundtrack.

The film has started touring Romania at the end of May, with two sold-out screenings within the TIFF, Transylvania Film Festival.

“Charleston” is a Romanian-French film  between ICON Production and  Les Films du Tambour, made in co-production with .Mille et Une. Films și Wag Prod.

Official trailer here.

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