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A Slight Unease About Capitalism: Radu Jude’s The Happiest Girl in the World and the New Romanian Cinema

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A Slight Unease About Capitalism: Radu Jude’s The Happiest Girl in the World and the New Romanian Cinema

Abstract: The article discusses the aesthetics and the politics of the so-called New Romanian Cinema (a major post-2005 sensation on the international art-cinema circuit), succintly assessing its novelty in both a national and an international cinematic context. It then proceeds to discuss Radu Jude’s debut feature, The Happiest Girl in the World (2009), as a NRC film, typical in some ways, atypical in others. The paper highlights the film’s critique of advertising and the nuclear family.

Keywords: Radu Jude, New Romanian Cinema, post-communism, capitalism, advertising, the nuclear family, Cristi Puiu, Lucian Pintilie.

Citation suggestion: Gorzo, Andrei, and Veronica Lazăr. “A Slight Unease About Capitalism: Radu Jude’s The Happiest Girl in the World and the New Romanian Cinema.” Transilvania, no. 4 (2022): 01-14.

https://doi.org/10.51391/trva.2022.04.01.

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