Alert "A hunt for buried treasure sends two men on a surprising comic caper in this Cannes prize-winning charmer from acclaimed director Corneliu Porumboiu (Police, Adjective; 12:08 East of Bucharest). Costi (Cuzin Toma) is a workaday family man whose cash-strapped next-door neighbor (Adrian Purcarescu) makes him an intriguing proposition: help him find the fortune reportedly buried somewhere on the grounds of his family’s country home and split the profits. But as the two men dig, they unearth more than they bargained for, excavating not only dirt, but traces of Romania’s often tumultuous history. Part modern day fable, part profound social commentary, The Treasure confirms Porumboiu’s status as “one of our great contemporary observers of the human comedy” (Variety). Winner – Un Certain Regard Award – Cannes Film Festival. Winner – Best Screenplay - Cairo International Film Festival."
Baker & Taylor A man who is strapped for cash asks his neighbor to help him find the fortune that is supposedly buried somewhere on his family's property in Romania.