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Soldiers. Story from Ferentari (original title: Soldatii. Poveste din Ferentari) (2017) is a 2017 drama film by the Serbian director Ivana Mladenovic about the romance between two men in Ferentari, the poorest neighborhood of Bucharest.
The screenplay is based on the semi-autobiographical novel of the same name by Adrian Schiop. It features Adrian Schlop and Vasile Pavel-Digudai in the lead roles.
Adi, a young anthropologist, moves to the Ferentari neighborhood in Bucharest to work on academic research of manele music. Adi meets Alberto, a Roma ex-convict who works as a servant of a music manager, who promises to help him with his research. Although Alberto has to deal with the psychological barrier of internalized homophobia, little by little an intimate relationship blossoms between them.
Adrian Schiop as Adi.
Vasile Pavel-Digudai as Alberto.
Stefan Iancu as Andrei.
Dan Bursuc as the music manager.
- Harvey, Dennis (2017-09-22). "Film Review: 'Soldiers. Story From Ferentari'". Variety. Retrieved 2017-09-30.
- "Adrianno " a veces temo que no sepan diferenciar entre la pantalla y la realidad"". Premios Sebastiane (in Spanish). 2017-09-28. Retrieved 2017-09-30.
- "" 120 BEATS PER MINUTE" by Robin Campillo, 18th Sebastiane Award". Premios Sebastiane (in Spanish). 2017-09-29. Retrieved 2017-09-30.