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4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days 

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Taking place in communist Romania in the mid 1980s, 4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days follows a young college girl, Otilia over the course of a day. Helping her roommate, Gabita as she makes the life altering decision to have an abortion every step of the process seems to unravel worse and worse for the two. Faced with the threat of going to prison if he is caught, the black market abortionist, Mr. Bebe, is very intimidating and demands the girls follow his rules to a tee, something that proves to hard for Gabita. He also wants another form of payment than the money the girls are offering. Dramatic and suspenseful, the fictional film portrays the dim life of a communist nation as Otilia and Gabita struggle to come up with payment for the procedure and keep it under wraps.

4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 Days is playing at Time and Space Limited in Hudson on Saturday April 5 and Sunday April 6 at 8:30pm. (518) 822-8448.

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