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Movie Theatre: Churches Homosexuality and Aids Drama

movie theatre: The dispute illustrates Romania's divided views about homosexuality, which remains a difficult topic in the eastern European Union member where more than 85 per cent of its people belong to Christian Orthodox churches, according to Metro News. Homosexuality was only decriminalized when Romania prepared to join the EU in 2002. In response, a new screening of the Cannes award-winning movie 120 Beats Per Minute is going to be held Tuesday in Bucharest. Protesters calling themselves Christian Orthodox burst into a movie theatre on Feb. 4 during the French AIDS drama 120 Beats Per Minute by French director Robin Campillo. There's a conflict between conservatives and liberals in Romania, Cristian Parvulescu, dean of the National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, told The Associated Press. Days later, protesters disrupted another movie featuring a relationship with a Romanian man and an ex-convict from the nation's oppressed Roma, or Gypsy, minority titled Soldiers A Story from Ferentari. ( As reported in the news.