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East End Film Festival presents

The World is Mine + Q&A

Friday 1 July
104 mins
From £7.00
to £9.50
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What's it all about?

The World Is Mine is a teenager's drama focussing on the story of Larisa (Ana Maria Guran), a regular teenager from Constanta, Romania. Larisa wants a lot from life: money, power, influence, popularity and respect. Now that she is in love, she will do anything for that.

A little more plot (don't worry, no spoilers)

A Romanian teenager in love fights like a lioness to keep another girl away from her newly conquered village Casanova. This is the feature debut of promising directorial newcomer Nicolae Constantin Tanase and screenwriter Raluca Manescu, who clearly have an eye for feminine bonds and power dynamics. With the handheld camera practically shoved in the faces of the female leads, who deal with the pangs and pains of love and growing up, there’s more than a touch of Kechiche’s Blue Is the Warmest Color to the proceedings. At the same time, this is clearly the work of rookie filmmakers rather than an impressively sustained state of grace from a veteran director. 


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Things you should know

This film will have English subtitles.

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Please note there will be 5 mins of trailers before the film begins.


This event is wheelchair accessible.

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