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Mitulescu's Romanian Way finds US home in Film Movement

Film Movement has picked up domestic rights to Catalin Mitulescu's Romanian drama The Way I Spent The End Of The World, on which Martin Scorsese and Wim Wenders served as executive producers.The film takes place in 1989 in the last year of Ceausesu's regime as a seven-year-old boy who vows to kill the dictator after his older sister is sent to reformatory school for a minor infraction.The film won the Un Certain Regard (Best ...

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