Anne Robinson, Karen Saxby
A black comedy set in 1960s Romania: a Stalinist propaganda film truck rumbles into a forgotten Transylvanian village. The occupants of the village believe in the traditional values of church and God and are in no mood to participate, placing obstacles in the way of the Cinematography Caravan crew. The resultant humour is deliberately provincial as the villagers find their own unique ways of dealing with them while they're in town. Cover Art and Colour Section Alexandru Radvan questions essential problems of meaning and reality, the dominance of Christian belief structures, and so-called European 'civilisation'. Nihilistic in tone, like Grosan, his art questions rhetorics of truth and uncertainty.