Small steps towards disaster

A short film written and directed by Dorian Boguță, which approaches the most delicate aspects of the couple, in a straightforward manner, seeming like he wants to play all the cards that have never been played before.

Piano by Dorian Boguţă - CINEPUB

Director: Dorian Boguţă
Scriptwriters: Dorian Boguţă
Cast: Adelaida Perjoiu, Elias Ferkin, Şerban Pavlu
Produced by: Tudor Giurgiu, Dorian Boguță
Cinematography by: Liviu Pojoni jr.
Film editing by: Dana Bunescu
Category: short film
Genre: drama
Year: 2013
Duration: 20 minutes
Subtitles:  english
Territories: –

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He wants her. She wants him. Both of them are sitting in one bed. Even though they have been declaring their love for each other for more than a year now, it’s not enough for their love affair to resist no matter how many times they’ve seen each other before. It’s not routine. It’s not boredom. It’s something we all face at one point. And when you think everything will work out, here comes reality knocking everything down.

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Written and directed by Dorian Boguță, „Piano” is one of those Romanian short films that turns the couple on all sides. In not more, nor less than 20 minutes.

An objective, but not cold, look at a situation as uncomfortable as it is hard to digest. He and she. And he. And their power relationships. There are two love stories in one. Two stories that share one of the characters, while the passage from one to the other is done in the most subtle way, through an emotional continuum that is very well controlled and executed both by the director and the actors.

„Piano” completes perfectly the series of short films signed by Dorian Boguță that can be seen in the Romanian shorts online category on the Cinepub platform.


I’m bored… What am I supposed to do if I’m bored.”

“I am sorry I’m telling you this, I am honest with you, baby.”
“Don’t you feel me at all?”

„Why don’t you give in?”

„I’m your woman and you can do anyhting you want with me.”

I’ve felt it from the very beginning but I thought it will pass.”