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World Cinema - Documentary
The Exit of the Trains
Director_ Radu JUDE, Adrian CIOFLÂNCĂ
Romania 2020 174min DCP b&w feature Documentary
Review

On June 29, 1941, more than 13,000 Jewish residents were slaughtered in Iași, Romania. At first, the Nazis and their collaborators shot them, but later decided to lock up people in a train cargo and asphyxiated them. The Exit of the Trains is a documentary film or Holocaust movie about the aforementioned, so-called Iași pogrom, a huge massacre against Jews in Romania. Directors Radu JUDE and Adrian CIOFLÂNCĂ share the testimonies of the victim’s family, friends, or neighbors, while showing the pictures of the victims. The film might feel monotonous as it only has still images with voice-overs and no moving images for three hours. But as the stories of the victims pile up one by one, this terrible event reminds us that the massacre is not to be forgotten or unmentioned. [CHUN Jinsu]

CREDIT
  • DirectorRadu JUDE, Adrian CIOFLÂNCĂ
  • ProducerAda SOLOMON
  • ScriptRadu JUDE, Adrian CIOFLÂNCĂ
  • CinematographyMarius PANDURU
  • EditorCătălin CRISTUȚIU
SoundDana BUNESCU
DIRECTOR
Radu JUDE
Born in 1977, Rumania. His debut feature film The Happiest Girl in the World, which screened in the Berlinale Forum in 2009, received worldwide attention.
Adrian CIOFLÂNCĂ
Born in 1974, Rumania. His work as a historian is particularly focused on the history of the Holocaust and communism as well as political violence. He has worked as a consultant for various film and theatre productions.
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