The movie shows us a world that many do not know about it, that many ignore it, a world that belongs to some black rules created by the society which we live in, rules arised from the insticnt of survival. Every day on the streets we see children who beg, we see shattered destinies, we see how some of them will never find the place called „home". At the outskirts of Bucharest where miracles happen, a special person has chosen to change this, setting an extraordinary example of humanity through founding an association where she manages to gather from the streets, a fairly large number of children, of which she cares, dress, feeds and send them to school. It s an example against discrimination, these children being now fondly regarded by people. Some of them want to become painters, some want to become football players, a girl wants to become a ballerina. Coming from families with very difficult situations, they are being reintegrated with many efforts, children that were once silent, scared, suffering from lack of affection and trust. The Association has given them back the childhood once lost in the disintegration of the human being, which the society does not offer any support.
Director - Elena Nazare
Second Director - Mihaela Nazarie
miercuri, 7 septembrie 2011
It was a great day of april, I went on a trip to mountains, on the way I saw some smoke coming from a valley. I stepped out of the car and as I got closer to the edge of the road, I saw in the valley a great gypsy camp. I had my camera with me and I decided to get down in the valley. I got closer to the camp, suddenly all the children came to me, I had a fantastic day with them, I stayed in their tents,they gave me food and drink. I have eat with them cabbages made in pot, and polenta, I became friends with them immediatly. Even today we still speak. They have some kind of magic, in the night they sitting by the fire watching stars, nowhere you can feel so free. They were from Tecuci, Romania, and they travel in mountains from March till the end of October, depends on the weather and in the winter they stay in their houses gathering iron for next year. I miss them!