Silent Wedding (Nunta mută) is a 2008 Romanian comedy-drama film about a young couple prior to marry in 1953, but their marriage was stopped because Sovietleader Joseph Stalin died the night before their wedding. They couldn't marry but tried to marry in silence. It is directed by Horațiu Mălăele.
In a small isolated village, in 1953, a wedding is interrupted by the news about the death of Stalin. Because any public celebration is forbidden, they decide to turn the happy event into a silent wedding.