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Too Close

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Too Close is a feature documentary set in rural Transylvania, Romania, in which Andrea, a 40-year-old single mother, is struggling to recover from the most traumatic experience of her life. Her 10-year-old daughter has been sexually abused by none other than Andrea’s partner, the stepfather of the girl. Moreover, when the abuse was happening, Andrea was pregnant with the man’s son. Their lives forever changed since the tragic events unfolded four years ago.
The aggressor had been locked up for his crime, however, he was released earlier from jail, and he moved back to the small village that Andrea and her children live in, only a few houses away. Despite him being unable to approach them because of the court’s restraining order, Andrea wants to escape from the village.
His presence is not the only reason for her moving away: it is also the villagers that she considers the enemy. The enclosed rural community keeps on taking the man’s side, because he is a member of a well-respected clerical family, while Andrea’s side is resented by many, because she works as an actress in the city.
The tension is a crucial layer of this film, just as the topics it dissects: child abuse, the bigotry of small communities, the failures of the justice system in protecting abuse survivors. The main focus, however, is the internal struggles of a single mother and her inspiring fight to get out from the darkest pits of her life.
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