The Happiest Girl In The World
Delia Fratila (18) comes from a poor family living in a small Romanian town. Her fortunes change when she becomes the lucky winner of a luxury car through sending off bottle labels in an advertising competition. Delia and her parents, arrive in Bucharest for the promotion testimonial a a nationwide video campaign depicting Deliaas success as an example of the drinks manufacturer granting happiness. After a long journey to Bucharest, the family finally arrives at the film location, where Delia spends the day shooting, a seemingly non-demanding task. All she needs to do is sit in the car, drink the product and thank the drinks company. Of course, any thing that could go wrong does go wrong and this is just the beginning of Deliaas woes. During the shooting breaks, Delia and her parents discuss read morewhat they plan to do with the car Delia wants to keep it for herself, while her parents wish to sell it, thinking that this their chance to escape poverty. These arguments intensify, while the shooting becomes more and more absurd. And what had initially seemed to be a change in Deliaas fortunes manifests in to a troubling emotional experience that sees her questioning her relationship with her family.