Ok, the film is a little bit older, but honestly, Romania isn’t all that much different today.
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I had no idea this existed! Amazing!
Looooove this video. Life is a state of mind and they seem so happy with the simple things in life unlike today.
The good old days they were!
Well, we should keep in mind that this is not a documentary, but a promotional video. Of course it doesn’t show the communist oppression, the lack of freedom and the labor camps.
Wow 👀 fabulous video – very campy in that 1960’s British newscast style 😄 Never would I have believed that Romania could look like that back then, having visited 3 times in the 1980s – it was extremely bleak, to say the least. One year after this video was made, Ceausescu got his grubby paws on this beautiful country & managed to spend the next quarter century running into the ground 😔 Thanks for posting 👍🇹🇩
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