Kocsis Ferenc excellent staff appointed the new director of public stores. Ilonka a talented fashion designer, Boriska a dear, Daniel, a overzealous, Klimke, a conservative sale and ... See full summary »
In the sequel to the surprise hit Üvegtigris (2001), we witness the 6 losers again as they run amok around the roadside buffet, which again fails to make their dreams come true, but ... See full summary »
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Gyula Kabes and Imre Raday are working at the same factory when Kabes' resignation is allegedly brought about by Raday. The latter goes to the Kabes' home to offer apologies and sees,and ... See full summary »
Great story, with the best Hungarian actors of the inter-war period! Two couples want to get married, but do to financial and social difficulties they aren't able to. Then comes the great idea of lending a rich girl's mansion to a poor man, so that they will seem just the opposite of what they are actually. The superb Gyula Kabos plays the relative who came home from Brazil, pretending to be poor while his beautiful daughter is Klári Tolnay. The handsome Imre Ráday plays the young man in love, while Ida Turay is the girl from the mansion. Watch out for a great character actress Piri Vaszary as the cantankerous mother. To know if there will be a happy end or not, you have to see the film. With many original jokes and superb acting, this comedy from Hungary is one of the best!
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