Translated by Raluca Rădulescu
Cast: Nicoleta Lefter, Alex Călin, Liviu Romanescu, Răzvan Rotaru
Directed by Catinca Drăgănescu
Set designer: Gabi Albu
DOP: Carmen Tofeni
Video editing: Bogdan Giurcă
Light design: Alexandru Medveghi/Dragoș Mărgineanu
Production manager: Alina Dumitrache
Cinematic creation and stage movement: Simona Deaconescu
Proiect cultural co-finanţat de Administraţia Fondului Cultural Naţional.
A daughter’s relationship with her father is always special, but how does it change if the father is a famous dictator? How does it feel when Dad is a “monster”? Which reality is the real one? Between family attachment and political conscience, the show proposes a live dissection of a controversial characterin the history of the twentieth century. It confronts us with a sensitive process of both the past and the present, abolishing the binary morality of good versus evil.
Here Moscow Calling dynamites the idea of unique truth and proposes to the audience an intense theatricalcinematic experience, in which the camera becomes the main character and the reconstruction of the truth a puzzle to be solved individually. Moscow (still) does not believe in tears.