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One woman's visit with her family ends in a spectacularly awful fashion in this comedy drama. Felicia (Ozana Oancea) is a middle-aged librarian who was born and raised in Bucharest. These days, Felicia lives and works in the Netherlands, but she goes home once a year to see her family. After two weeks with her folks, Felicia is ready to head home, but her aging parents (Ileana Cernat and Vasile Mentzel), who promised to get her to the airport on time, aren't very good at driving these days, and Felicia arrives just in time to miss her flight home. Felicia has family commitments that demand she be home by tomorrow morning, so she has to scramble to find another flight back to the Netherlands as soon as possible, but with her folks in tow, dashing from one ticket counter to another is even harder than usual. Eventually, the stress of making new travel arrangements and dealing with her less than sympathetic parents becomes too much to deal with, and Felicia's last day in Bucharest turns into a nightmare. Felicia Inainte de Toate (aka First of All, Felicia) was the first feature film from Razvan Radulescu, a noted Romanian author who directed the picture in collaboration with Dutch filmmaker Melissa de Raaf. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi