Along Came a Prince

Over the course of a theatre workshop for youngsters, a teenager finds himself sexually intimate with a slightly older girl. But did he really mean to? Congratulated or blamed, everyone has a strong reaction.

  • Romania, Czech Republic
  • 2020, 22 min
  • Director: Cristina Groșan
  • Director of photography: Mihai Marius Apopei
  • Editor: Alexandra Jonášová
  • Screenplay: Cristina Groșan, Marek Novák
  • Cast: Cristian Robe, Silvana Mihai, László Mátray
  • Art Director: Andrada Chiriac
  • Producer: Anda Iulia Ionescu, Anamaria Antoci
  • Production: Tangaj Production

18.6. 18:00 Praha | Bio Oko
25.6. 16:00 Praha | Kino Pilotů
26.6. 18:15 Praha | Světozor - Small Hall

Cristina Groșan

Cristina Groșan

Cristina Groșan is a Hungarian-Romanian filmmaker and visual artist. Since graduating from university, she has directed six short films, including the award-winning short Holiday at the Seaside (2013). The film, which explores a mother-daughter relationship, was screened at dozens of festivals worldwide (Clermont-Ferrand, Sarajevo, London, Helsinki, Zubroffka, etc.). Currently, she is in post-production with her debut feature Things Worth Weeping ForShe is developing her second feature, Ordinary Failures, in collaboration with the Czech writer Klára Vlasáková. The film’s development is being supported by a grant from the Czech Film Fund.