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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.

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First Steps-Struggle. Love. Cry. Hope. exploits current reality however it may be, beautiful or painful, as life itself. It recreates a contrasting atmosphere. First, there are the stories of four remarkable women, the main characters (and their friends): Azade, coming from the Orient (and her relationship with Bryan); Azade’s college friend who settles in Switzerland, Ana (with Mircea); Ana’s Romanian adolescence friend, Amanda (with Ioan); and Amanda’s friend Maria (who is in love with another girl, Cezara). Second, there are tragic, real contemporary events, because evil is omnipresent: in the Iraq war, in the tragedy of the “Colectiv” Club and in that of the “Pulse” Club.