The actress and model Mădălina Ghenea canceled her arrival in Romania, at the premiere of the film “Urma”, directed by Dorian Boguţă, because of the protection measures against the coronavirus epidemic.
Due to the general situation caused by a possible coronavirus epidemic, Mădălina Ghenea decided, at the last moment, to cancel her meetings with the Romanian public, at the special screenings of “Urma”, the first Romanian film in which she plays, her feature film debut. of Dorian Boguţă.
In order to make things safely for everyone, he considered it the most prudent choice, given that, in Romania, there are additional measures for those coming from Italy (in her case, from Milan), which include voluntary isolation at home for 14 days.
The actress would very much like to be present in person at the gala screenings of the first Romanian film in which she plays and talk to the public, but will convey a special message, exclusively, to those present at the special screenings scheduled on 4 and March 5 (at Baneasa Grand Cinema, respectively at Cinema City AFI Cotroceni), is shown in a statement released News.ro.
A special screening in its presence will be scheduled at the Transilvania International Film Festival (TIFF), which will take place between May 29 and June 7, in Cluj-Napoca.
The film “Urma” will run in theaters on March 6.
A cop with thriller accents, “Trace” is a story about the secrets that those around us are hiding. Everything starts from the disappearance of a famous pianist. The policeman taking over the case gradually learns about the artist’s troubled fate, his bizarre relationships and the decisions that triggered a whirlwind of surprising events. After the death of his parents, he had become obsessed with his sister’s happiness, beyond the confines of fraternal love.
The cast includes Teodor Corban, Marin Grigore, Irina Rădulescu, Dragoş Bucur, Mădălina Ghenea, Lucian Ifrim, Liviu Pintileasa and István Téglás.
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