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September 26, 2005


Great review.
You are right about the dumping of the corpse at the end. Although the movie doesn't end this way, it was inspired by a true event: a terminally-ill patient left dying on the sidewalk, after journeying through a bunch of hospitals.

Puiu took the idea from the so called "Nica incident", a real case in Bucharest where the patient had been dumped on an empty sidewalk by an ambulance crew. so he's somewhat more optimistic than the real life itself

One's first step in wisdom is to kuesteon everything - and one's last is to come to terms with everything.

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