From this review:
When the Soviet Army marched into Romania in 1944, a part of the Romanian population went “into the mountains”. Over a thousand armed resistance groups took refuge in the inaccessible forests of the Carpathian Mountains where they waited in vain for the support of the Western Allies. Thirty of them held their ground well into the 1950s. One was led by Ion Gavrilă-Ogoranu, who managed to remain undetected until 1976 when he was arrested.
Long, but worth your time this weekend, especially if you can get the YouTube feed on your TV screen. Don’t get caught up on the flaws, but look for the lessons to be learned regarding both the resistance and the pursuing Securitate.
(H/t David Codrea)