FNE at TIFF - Romanian Days 2021: Întregalde

    Intregalde by Radu Muntean Intregalde by Radu Muntean

    CLUJ-NAPOCA: Radu Muntean’s seventh feature film Întregalde will screen in the Romanian Days section at the 20th edition of the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF) right after its world premiere in the Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight. TIFF takes place in Cluj-Napoca from 23 July to 1 August 2021.

    The suspense story written by Răzvan Rădulescu, Alex Baciu and Radu Muntean follows three humanitarians, whose mission in a remote village called Întregalde, in the Apuseni Mountains, goes awry. 

    “I wanted to make a film about the limits of generosity and its place in the personal project of each human being,” Radu Muntean told FNE.

    While Muntean co-wrote the script together with his regular partners Răzvan Rădulescu and Alex Baciu, it is the first time since The Paper Will Be Blue / Hârtia va fi albastră (2006, Multimedia Est) when he is not working with the cinematographer Tudor Lucaciu. Tudor Panduru, who also shot Cristian Mungiu's Graduation / Bacalaureat (2016, Mobra Films), lensed the film.

    The main characters are played by Maria Popistașu, Ilona Brezoianu, Alex Bogdan and the non-professional actor Luca Sabin.

    The film was shot in the Alba County (Transylvania) 6 November - 7 December 2020. It was produced by Dragoș Vîlcu is through Multimedia Est, the regular outlet behind Muntean's films. Oana Iancu is associate producer.

    Cristian Mungiu’s Voodoo Films holds the international rights to the film. Întregalde will be domestically released on 6 August 2021.

    Production Information:

    Multimedia Est (Romania)
    Dragoș Vîlcu: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Director: Radu Muntean
    Scriptwriters: Răzvan Rădulescu, Alex Baciu, Radu Muntean
    DoP: Tudor Vladimir Panduru
    Editor: Andu Radu
    Production design: Anca Lazar
    Costume design: Eliza Frone
    Cast: Maria Popistașu, Ilona Brezoianu, Alex Bogdan, Luca Sabin, Gabor Bondi, Cuzin Toma, Radu Muntean, Carmen Lopazan, Vlad Oancea, Victor Neagoe, Elena Luca, Aloman Florean, Maria Luca