A humble Romanian actor in his 30s, hardly surviving between a complicated part in a musical, a depressed wife, and the obsession of an imminent, devastating earthquake, becomes the victim of his manipulative father.
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Actor Romeo premieres as Orpheus in the earthquake rocked kingdom of Bucharest. As his unknown pilot father lands in his new palace with a parachute mistress attached, and his unemployed wife, Juliet gets depressed, he plans to leave their shaky marriage. Jealous Juliet leaves Romeo first and takes a step to welcoming Hades, but the smiling Devil on the stage grants the couple a second chance.Written by
Forget "La La Land," the best musical comedy is here.
An earthquake of laughter of 6.9 degrees magnitude (on the Richter Scale) has been triggered by Nae Caranfil's comedic family drama. Never thought that I would be laughing at nightmares but art inspires in mysterious ways. One of the rare box-office successes in the recent Romanian cinematography, the movie has it all: uplifting storyline (boy finally realizes that he loves girl), inspired directing, a plethora of diverse characters, and a talented cast - with a plus for Lurentiu Branescu's singing, Maria Simona Arsu's versatility, and Teodor Corban's uncanny lying abilities.
This is a movie about how little we appreciate those who temporarily occupy our homes and our lives. While enjoying the cascade of pranks and witty dialogues, pay attention to the family drama running in the background and ask yourself: Does my relationship have a red bullet? If it does, invite your dear one to "6.9 on the Richter Scale." It will rock your world in more ways than you think.
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