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a show of shadows . reflection of the last decade of Romanian Communism. adaptation, in grotesque manner, of a beautiful play.a satire who use with obstinacy dark nuances, clichés and a mixture of kitsch and uninspired artistic option. result - terrible. the script is a too heavy chain for each actor. the try of Tamara Buciuceanu Botez to save appearances falls. Ovidiu Iuliu Moldovan is prisoner of a character who seems be only a sketch. the use of tricks from another films about Romania at the beginning of the XX century are bad options. for Romanian public of 1986 ," Cuibul de viespi "was an useful mirror of absurd every day reality. for today, it is a road of melted asphalt. the only successful work - wise acting of Gheorghe Dinică looking transform his character in key of the profound senses of original play.
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