|East Coast Premiere|
|Cast: ||Dragos Bucur, Cristina Flutur, Constantin Cojocaru, Andi Vasluianu, Rodica Lazar, Gheorghe Ifrim|
|Crew: ||Producers: Dragos Bucur, Jesu´s del Cerro - Screenwriters: Jesu´s del Cerro, Manuel Feijo´o Arago´n, Beatriz Gonza´lez Cruz, Ruxandra Ghitescu - Director of Photography: Tudor Vladimir Panduru - Art Direction: Calin Papura - Costume Design: Ana Ioneci - Sound: Florian Titus Ardelean - Editor: Ovidiu Vacaru - Sound Design: Florian Tabacaru - Music: Juan Carlos Cuello
Andrei and his father Vasile live in the communist Romania. Unexpectedly, they receive news from Petrus, Vasile ´s brother who was assumed dead after an escape attempt years before. Petrus was living in Hawaii all this time and on his death has left Andrei and Vasile a large legacy. They cannot inherit it, however, as the concept of private property does not exist in communist Romania. The only alternative left to them is to try and claim their inheritance via a free country.
A director, writer and producer, Jesús del Cerro starts working in 1995 at Globo Media, directing and producing several successful TV series: Medico de familia (Family Doctor) 1995- 1999, Policías (Policemen), Más que amigos (More than Friends), Compañeros (Companions) and Mis adorables Vecinos (My adorable neighbours). From 2003 till 2005 he was the creator, director and executive producer of Un paso adelante (One step forward), which rapidly became a total success all over the world being the best sold Spanish TV
series abroad (more than 60 countries).
In 2005 he started to work outside Spain, starting in Argentina where he wrote and directed El show de Candi-dos (Candi-dos's show) and continuing in Romania where he directed and produced an adaptation of the series Un paso Adelante (One step forward).
In 2007 he directed Carlitos y el campo de los sueños (Carlitos and the chance of a lifetime) one of the most praised films both in festivals (London, Frankfurt, Seattle, Giffoni Film Festival - the most important children's film festival in the world, where it won Best Film & Audience Award), and in movie theaters.
2008 was the year when he returned to direct in Romania: Contra timp (The Countdown) and Contra timp 2 (The Countdown 2), followed by Ho Ho Ho (2009-the first Christmas movie in Romania), The Godmother (2011), S-a furat Mireasa (The bride was stolen, 2012), Ho Ho Ho 2 (2012), Mamaia (Grandma, 2013).
During 2013 and 2014 he shot in Romania and Spain the documentary Sunt Insarcinata, in Romania (Pregnant, in Romania) - a film that had the premiere in 2016 in Astra film festival. Same year, a film that he co-produced, Doua Lozuri (Two lottery tickets) became the highest-grossing film for 2016 in Romania.
His most recent completed fiction film, Hawaii, had its premiere in 2018, casting several of the most beloved Romanian actors - Dragos Bucur, Cristina Flutur and Andi Vasluianu.
Currently, he is in post-production with his first American film - Attraction to Paris, and in development with another - The Bee Shepherd.