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Morgen

Morgen

A film by Marian Crisan
World premiere date: August 7, 2010, Locarno Film Festival
French release date: February 2, 2011

Nelu, a man in his forties, works as a security guard in the local supermarket in Salonta, a small town on the Romanian-Hungarian border. This is the place where many illegal emigrants try to cross, by any means posible, to Hungary and then further to Western Europe. For Nelu, days go by the same. Fishing at dawn, then work, and finally home with his wife Florica. They live alone at an isolated farmhouse on the fields outside Salonta. Their problem these days is repairing the old roof of the farmhouse. One morning, Nelu will “fish” something different out of the river: a Turkish man trying to cross the border. Not able to communicate verballly, the two men will somehow understand each other. Nelu takes the stranger to the farmhouse, gives him some dry clothes, food and shelter. He doesn’t really know how to help this stranger. The Turkish man gives Nelu all the money he has on him so he will help him cross the border. Eventually, Nelu takes the money and promises he will help him cross the border tomorrow, MORGEN…

With András Hatházi, Yilmaz Yalcin, Elvira Rîmbu, Dorin C. Zachei, Molnar Levente, Razvan Vicoveanu
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— director
Marian Crisan
— cast
András Hatházi, Yilmaz Yalcin, Elvira Rîmbu, Dorin C. Zachei, Molnar Levente, Razvan Vicoveanu
— producers
Anca Puiu (Mandragora Production)
— duration
1h40
— production year
2010
— release date france
February 2, 2011
— nationality
Romania, France, Hungaria
— screenplay
Marian Crisan
— genre
Drama
— french distributor
Les Films du Losange
— international sales
Les Films du Losange
— coproducers
Marianne Slot (Sloth Machine), Iván Angelusz (Katapult Film)
— with the participation of
Centrului National al Cinematografiei România, Magyar Mozgókép Közalapítvány, TV2
— format
2.35 (Scope), 35mm, Color
— sound format
Dolby SRD
— cinematographer
Tudor Mircea, RSC
— sound
Calin Potcoava
— editing
Tudor Pojoni
— costume designer
Alexandra Ungureanu
— production designer
Róbert Köteles
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