World Cinema: A Belgian drama telling the story of an Albanian woman in Belgium on the periphery of the seedy criminal underworld of people trafficking and bogus marriages for the right to stay.
Lorna is stuck in a bogus marriage with a junkie that is coming to its natural end. The only problem is her handlers would rather he OD’ed than they get a divorce, leaving the break as clean as possible.
Lorna (Arta Dobroshi), a young Albanian woman living in Belgium, has hopes of opening a cafe with her boyfriend, an itinerant worker who visits when he can. She marries Claudy, a local junkie, to secure legal residency and collaborates with Fabio (Fabrizio Rongione), a low-life cab driver who arranges a hefty payoff for her to marry a Russian mobster. Lorna wants to divorce Claudy; but Fabio wants him to overdose. She knows nothing of the threatening underworld in which she will be enmeshed.
The Montage Film Reviews Sunday DVD Rental Suggestion Podcast (SDRSP) is an audio podcast, that began life in 2010 running for the first Sunday in September to the last Sunday in May. Subsequently, there is no set schedule as posting is dependent on availability. However, any new episodes are always released on a Sunday.
SDRSP is designed to help you discover the best movies to rent whatever your genre preference. Therefore, if it is listed in this feed it is way above average. Those titles considered to be exceptional are highlighted as masterpieces. The overall focus of Montage Film Reviews is literature, animation, world cinema, TV and vintage. Vintage is defined as anything prior to 1980 and world cinema is defined as non-English language.
You will find MFR SDRSP on Apple Podcasts or you can use this link to our feed to subscribe via your usual subscription service: http://feeds.feedburner.com/MontageFilmReviews-SundayDvdRentalSuggestionPodcastFeed
Welcome – I hope that you will enjoy listening to the podcast and renting the suggested titles. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MFRBooksandFilm.
Photo by Kristina Flour on Unsplash
MFR uses AFFILIATE LINKS.
This does not affect you as a customer (you are NOT charged in any way). It simply generates a small percentage of the sale to MFR who generated the sale.