4 Months, 3 Weeks 2 Days.

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Director Cristian Mungiu's drama 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days unfolds in Romania in the late '80s, during the last waning days of Communist rule. Anamaria Marinca and Laura Vasiliu play, respectively, Otilia and Gabita, two female friends and students who share a Bucharest flat. They soon find themselves saddled with an overwhelming problem: Gabita is expecting. With abortion illegal in Romania at that time, the women seek an illicit termination at the hands of one Mr. Bebe (Vlad Ivanov) in a seedy Romanian hotel -- but Bebe refuses to accept money in return for his services and demands a certain "alternate" commodity instead.

The movie won countless awards and overwhelming critical acclaim. The issue of abortion, and its legal status, is an important part of the movie, but as the director has noted, the movie tries to avoid taking taking a side in the debate.

You can find reviews of it here.

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