NEW YORK PREMIERE
“A beautifully romantic package where love is delivered in larger-than-life doses.” (Cineuropa)
Adrian is a Romanian immigrant working as a night watchman at a car dealership in Cordoba, Spain. A romantic soul who left everything behind, all he wants is to write poetry and start a new life. But before he knows it, he’s over his head in a steamy love affair with a Spanish singer and a questionable money-making scheme, and must soon face the consequences. Directed by JBFC regular Tudor Giurgiu (Of Snails and Men, Why Me?) and founder of the Transilvania International Film Festival, Parking is a moody melodrama that is ultimately about a group of people, each facing their own midlife crises, not knowing how to cope with past failures but willing to dive head-on into the unknowns of the future.