Director Budrala spent a whole year with a large Gypsy family of so-called Baesi group. They are nomads who live in great poverty. In order to survive, they spend their winters traveling and selling their handicrafts. Why have they chosen such a hard life? Does their Orthodox religion has something to do with it? Why do they refuse to work ‘like everybody else’? And, lastly, how can they have fun after all?
Andrei Gavrila, Cristian Melinte