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Mircea Topoleanu

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About Mircea
Hello! I am a journalist and a documentary filmmaker based in Bucharest, Romania. I usually cover social, subcultures and environmental topics. I'm always open to new stories.
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Prisoners Describe What It's Like to Get a Tattoo Behind Bars

28 Aug 2017  |  www.vice.com
Inmates across Romanian prisons share their experiences of getting tattoos while incarcerated, detailing the process, significance as a coping mechanism, and their feelings of regret or pride. Methods have evolved from using makeshift ink from warden's boot heels to more advanced improvised tattoo machines. Tattoos often symbolize personal relationships, milestones, or self-expression, but also come with risks such as infection and identification by authorities. Some inmates plan to remove or redo their tattoos after release, while others reflect on their tattoos as reminders of their past.

A Massive Protest Brought Down Romania’s Government Tuesday Night

04 Nov 2015  |  www.vice.com
Romania is in mourning following the Colectiv nightclub fire that killed 32 people and injured 134. The tragedy has exposed severe safety law deficiencies and government negligence. A massive protest in Bucharest, involving 25,000 people, led to the resignation of Prime Minister Victor Ponta and other officials. The protest highlighted public outrage over corruption and inadequate safety measures, with demonstrators demanding justice and safer conditions. Despite the resignations, the protesters remain committed to their cause, as replacements from the same political parties have not addressed the underlying issues.

Photos of Romanians Showing Off Their Tattoos by the Pool

31 Jul 2015  |  www.vice.com
Public pools in Bucharest, once a popular summer destination during the communist era, have fallen into disrepair and are now mainly frequented by low-income, working-class Romanians. The article features a project called P'afară, which explores these pools through the lens of local artists and photographers, focusing on the personal expression of tattoos. The tattoos, ranging from crosses to portraits of loved ones, reflect period-specific inking techniques and personal stories.

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