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Movie Title : 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days
Release Date : May 17, 2007 Wide
Genre Movie :Drama
Mpaa Rating : R

Actors :Anamaria Marinca,Laura Vasiliu,Vlad Ivanov,Alexandru Potocean,Luminita Gheorghiu,Adi Carauleanu,Liliana Mocanu,Tania Popa,Teo Corban,Cerasela Iosifescu,Doru Ana,Eugenia Bosânceanu,Ioan Sabdaru,Cristina Buburuz,Marioara Sterian,Emil Coseru,Georgeta Paduraru Burduja...,Geo Dobre

Director Cristian Mungiu's drama 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days unfolds in Romania in the late '80s, during the last waning days of Communist rule. Anamaria Marinca and Laura Vasiliu play, respectively, Otilia and Gabita, two female friends and students who share a Bucharest flat. They soon find themselves saddled with an overwhelming problem: Gabita is expecting. With abortion illegal in Romania at that time, the women seek an illicit termination at the hands of one Mr. Bebe (Vlad Ivanov) in a seedy Romanian hotel -- but Bebe refuses to accept money in return for his services and demands a certain "alternate" commodity instead. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
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[A] brilliant, suspenseful, absolutely riveting film.
Rene Rodriguez-Miami Herald

Cristian Mungiu's masterful chronicle is impressive above all for the way it respects the audience, expecting them to follow the implications of its multifaceted tale without always spelling them out.
Jonathan Rosenbaum-Chicago Reader

A brilliant and discomfiting film.
Colin Covert-Minneapolis Star Tribune

Proceeding with a blunt and sometimes brutal relentlessness, 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days impresses and engrosses as a work of stark, spare naturalism.
Joe Leydon-Houston Chronicle

Observes with ruthless, artful precision. While plunging a knife through your soul.
Tom Long-Detroit News

The film emerges as a devastating personal drama, a suspenseful horror story and a powerful statement about life under a repressive regime.
Moira MacDonald-Seattle Times

How it makes you feel depends little, if at all, about your position on abortion. The procedure acts as a MacGuffin for caustic commentary about Communist clampdowns and a friendship's annihilative death spiral through loyalty, desperation and sacrifice.
Nick Rogers-Suite101.com

No one in Bucharest gives a damn about anything. And he takes 113 long, drawn-out minutes to send this bit of news.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express

Unrelieved gloom
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion

Director Cristian Mungiu makes effective use of fairly static camera setups, in addition to some hand-held shots, to give the film a documentary feel.
Robert Roten-Laramie Movie Scope

Extremely powerful story about women dealing with illegal abortion issues in Stalinist Romania, but it is not a simple propaganda movie. In fact, it is a sublime if deeply troubling work of art.
Louis Proyect-rec.arts.movies.reviews

For people who take their movies seriously, a quick course in Romanian might now be necessary -- and so is a trip to the theater to see 4 Months.
Stuart Klawans-The Nation

Grippingly horrible.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

This is an unsettling film, brilliantly acted all around, most especially by Vasiliu and Marinca.
Jean Lowerison-San Diego Metropolitan

Better viewed as an illustration of the extreme dynamics of a friendship of personality contrasts than as a movie about illegal abortion or oppressive Communist regimes.
Jeffrey Chen-Window to the Movies

A stark, thought-provoking and disturbing insight into the harsh reality of life under the Ceausescu regime.
Heather Huntington-ReelzChannel.com

While other films may be just as engaging due to wit or sheer spectacle, few have ever been as affecting on an emotional level.
Sean Gandert-Paste Magazine

If you love slow moving character studies with a provocative subject matter, then go see this right now.
Austin Kennedy-Sin Magazine

A real kick in the gut
Dan Jardine-Apollo Guide

A keenly observed and ferociously realistic somber political drama about an illegal abortion in the Romania of 1987.
Dennis Schwartz-Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Like another recent streetwise Cannes prize winner, the Belgian film L'Enfant, it is stripped of sentimentality and pretense. It is visually static, glacially paced and dramatically unvarnished.
Duane Dudek-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

This is a low, slow whistle film. Just wow. Gripping. Emotionally honest. Frustrating, too. Sad. Not one many pro-lifers would enjoy although the message coming at me loud and clear was 'nothing is worth going through that!'
Gina Carbone-Seacoast Newspapers (NH/Maine)

I'm glad I saw it, even though I can't imagine ever wanting to see it again.
Ken Hanke-Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

...a stark bleak testimony to friendship and the indomitability of the human spirit.
Philip Martin-Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

It's a hard film to watch, especially if you know where it goes--I had to brace myself to see it a second time. But it's an important film, one of great feeling. It even works as a thriller.
Brian Gibson-Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)

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Gabita is pregnant, abortion is strictly forbidden in Romania during the communist regime. Despite this it is common practice and Gabita wants an abortion. The movie follows her and her friend Otilia during the day she has made the appointment with Mr. Bebe to have the abortion.


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