Banned for over a decade for its outspoken criticism of the post-WWII communist regime in Hungary, Péter Bacsó's 'The Witness' has since then achieved unparalleled cult status in its native... See full summary »
Paris, 1942. Robert Klein cannot find any fault with the state of affairs in German-occupied France. He has a well-furnished flat, a mistress, and business is booming. Jews facing ... See full summary »
Young artiste (Oszkár Sajek) has an accident and gets a limp. He finds out that a superannuated artiste (Lipót Binder) has a fantastic attraction. Sajek would do anything to get it, but ... See full summary »
Györk is very interested in old pagan sagas. His father disapproves of this and puts him in a monastery. Here Györk learns that the Hungarians' original home is in the east and Hungarians ... See full summary »
I saw this rock opera more than twenty years ago and I still love it. I can listening over and over again. I still know the songs.I always loved history and this rock opera just tells me how rich the Hungarian history.I have not see or heard this rock opera but recently I visited my sister house in Hungary and her boyfriend has the CD.He gave me a copy of it. Now I can listen to it when I will go back to United State. Every time I listen to it I can see every movement from the start to the end. All the songs are very likable and very easy to learn. You hear the songs once and the next time you almost know them ( of course you have to speak Hungarian). I know this because when I heard the first time I still knew the songs.
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