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World Cinemascape: Spectrum

The Fixer

DIRECTOR Adrian SITARU World Cinemascape: Spectrum구분없음
Nation Romania, France 201698minDCPcolor Fiction
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Radu is a trainee journalist. An international scandal involving an underage prostitute seems to be the chance for him to prove his value. However, the task turns out to be trickier than he expected.

  • Review

    When intern journalist Radu first heard about the scandal about underage prostitution, he thought he got a break. He quickly contacts a journalist in Paris and suggests interviewing a girl form Bulgaria. Since he can speak both French and Bulgarian, he wants to attend the interview as an interpreter and for the job security. However, translating is really complicated and tricky. He is in conflict between the victim’s uneasiness and the journalist’s hunger for a scoop. He agonizes over how to deliver the word of truth among the two positions. The Fixer is a story about Radu’s growth. Started as a personal ambition, but when met with complex reality, he can see the nature of journalism?responsibility and ethics. As a result, he finally realizes that journalism is not just about a topic but paying attention to the voice of truth. [Lee Sang-yong]

  • Credit

    Director Adrian SITARU
    Screenplay Claudia SILISTEANU, Andrian SILISTEANU
    Producer Anamaria ANTOCI, Andrian SILISTEANU
    Cinematography Andrian SILISTEANU RSC
    Art Director Gina CALIN
    Editor Mircea OLTEANU
    Sound loan FILIP, Dan-Stefan RUCAREANU
    Cast Tudor Aaron ISTODOR, Mehdi NEBBOU, Nicolas WANCZYCKI, Diana SPATARESCU, Andreea VASILE



Born in 1971, Rumania, he majored film directing at Bucharest. His first short film Waves(2007) won Leopards of Tomorrow at Locarno International Film Festival. He directed his first feature film Hooked(2008) in 2008 and won Best Director at Locarno with Best Intentions in 2011. Illegitimate, premiered at Berlin Forum, also presented at the 17th Jeonju IFF in 2016.