CHILD'S POSE

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Mums reikėjo katastrofos, kad galėtume elgtis kaip normalūs žmonės.

Cornelia is 60 and fundamentally unhappy: her son, Barbu, 34, fights with all his might to become independent. He has moved out, has his own car, has a girlfriend who obviously doesn‘t meet Cornelia‘s standards and – most upsettingly – he avoids his mother as much as possible. When Cornelia finds out that Barbu was involved in a tragic accident, her motherly instincts take over and she uses all her skills, well-connected friends and money to save Barbu from jail.

Festivals: 

Berlin International Film Festival – in competition, Golden Bear, FIPRESCI Prize.

Călin Peter Netzer

Călin Peter Netzer was born in Romania in 1975. He immigrated to Germany with his family. In 1999 he graduated from The National Theatre and Film University in Bucharest, Film Direction Department. After a series of short films, his debut feature film, Maria(2003), was the Locarno International Film Festival highlight. His next feature, Medal of Honor (2009), was selected for screening in more than 30 festivals and won a number of awards. Child’s Pose is C. P. Netzer’s third feature film.