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Pepe si Fifi (1994)

A story set in Romania around the time after the revolution. An invalid befriends two brothers, Pepe and Fifi, who dream of becoming famous and rich, but neither of them manages to escape the tentacles of the mob.

Director:

Dan Pita

Writers:

Ioana Eliad, Dan Pita
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Cast

Credited cast:
Cristian Iacob ... Pepe
Irina Movila Irina Movila ... Fifi
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Liliana Biclea Liliana Biclea
Mihai Calin
Costel Constantin Costel Constantin
Damian Crismaru Damian Crismaru
Emil Hostina ... Manole
Charles Maquignon
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A story set in Romania around the time after the revolution. An invalid befriends two brothers, Pepe and Fifi, who dream of becoming famous and rich, but neither of them manages to escape the tentacles of the mob.

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Drama | Sport

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Country:

Romania

Language:

Romanian

Release Date:

28 January 2003 (Czech Republic) See more »

Also Known As:

Pepe & Fifi See more »

Filming Locations:

Romania

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Color
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Romania's official submission to the 67th Academy Awards (1995) for Best Foreign Language Film. See more »

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Being a Romainian is a hard job
23 November 2005 | by vicentiu17See all my reviews

Being a Romainian is a hard job. Especially in the first years after the fall of the Communist regime, people had to learn freedom. The failure of a new democratic political structure led to disorientation. Dan Pita offers a pretty accurate image of what happened in the first years of the 90's. Cheating, illegal business, prostitution, gambling, poverty and suffering are all part of this. The reality is depressing and refutes hope and dignity.

Politics and demagogic speech and acting are involved in this story as well. There are some really good moments in this film that sum up all the vices of the society. The best of them is the scene at the underground station, where Fifi has a chat with the junkie. He tells her:"You'd rather take care of your own life. Be careful about the way you live, because you might regret it later."


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