The film “TUNETE,” directed by Ioane Bobeica, which tells the story of the locals in the villages near the mined fields left after the Transnistrian war, will be released soon. Today, on September 6th, the trailer for the feature film was presented, featuring the famous song “Dacă ploaia s-ar opri” by the Romanian band CARGO.
The plot of the film “TUNETE” unfolds in a village near a mined field left after the armed conflict in 1992. Two children from different social backgrounds, Zinca and Victor, who share a forbidden friendship due to their parents, accidentally release cows onto the mined territory and try to retrieve them, entering the restricted zone. Thus, the mined field becomes a place where prejudices and social status disappear, making room only for courage, sacrifice, and… fear of thunder.
“Film ‘TUNETE’ is about some Moldovan realities we’ve had due to historical intersections. It’s an honest, open, simple, and yet profound film in the way it addresses human themes. It’s suitable for all ages because everyone can understand something from it. I believe it’s a production that can remain emblematic for this prolific period of Moldovan cinema,” says Marin Madan, the film’s producer.