"Stunningly intimate...a beautifully crafted, heart-wrenchingly tragic, observational encapsulation of the shredding of one family's way of life."--Jordan M. Smith, Nonfics

Timeless and of-the-moment, vividly specific and universally resonant, this portrait of poverty, displacement and social engineering is sure to strike a chord."--Sheri Linden, Hollywood Reporter

In the wilderness of the Bucharest Delta, an abandoned water reservoir just outside the bustling metropolis, the Enache family lived in perfect harmony with nature for two decades, sleeping in a hut on the lakeshore, catching fish barehanded, and following the rhythm of the seasons.  When this area is transformed into a public national park, they are forced to leave behind their unconventional life and move to the city, where fishing rods are replaced by smartphones and idle afternoons are now spent in classrooms.  With their roots in the wilderness, the nine children and their parents struggle to find a way to keep their family united in the concrete jungle.  With an empathetic and cinematic eye, filmmaker Radu Ciorniciuc offers viewers a compelling tale of an impoverished family living on the fringes of society, fighting for acceptance and their own version of freedom.  Winner of the Special Jury Prize for Cinematography at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.  In Romanian with English subtitles.  (Description courtesy of Zeitgeist Films)