Romania / 2019 / documentary / 82' / Somewhere in Europe. Boys Do Cry
He is a man of passion, an enthusiast of knowledge and, above all, an erudite and an exceptional teacher. The protagonist of the documentary, who had become tired of railing against the Romanian system of education, took matters in his own hands and founded a school. At his own home, with passion, he teaches a group of students of different ages. A mentor and an idealist, he gives his students an extraordinary lesson of life along with solving maths problems. They become infected with his faith in the power of science and knowledge. At the same time, they get to know a unique personality, sometimes irritating and grouchy, who also loves cats and Romanian music.
- directed by
Alexandru BrendeaQ&A guest
Film director and director of photography. He has wide experience as cinematographer for a number of feature films both documentaries and fiction, among which “Year of the Dragon”, produced for HBO Romania, “The King’s War”, “Off the Beaten Track”, a co-production between Mobra Films and Ikandi Ireland, as well as the documentary “My Father Lucian Blaga” and the indie fiction “Once Upon a Time”. “Teach” is his directorial debut.
- Alexandru Brendea
- Letitia Stefanescu
- Irina Malcea (LUNA FILM)