1962-ben, amikor Gagarin urrepult es csaknem kitort a harmadik vilaghaboru, nalunk mar jo ideje nem tortent semmi es ugy nezett ki, hogy meg vagy harminc evig nem is fog. De, hogy ... See full summary »
While cleaning offices at night, Zsolt Kovàcs learns a lot about his invisible employers by examining what they leave behind, carefully choosing his targets, often disillusioned women whom ... See full summary »
Tamás is a young, Budapest-based director of video clips and commercials who dreams of directing his first feature film with the title 'The Guilty City'. He has already written the script ... See full summary »
PFC Molnár decides his WWII services are over, and with serious money hidden in his hand grenades, he heads to an abandoned mansion where he encounters not only the sour butler but a bunch ... See full summary »
This film tells the story of a few uneventful days in the life of six pals. Lali, a great fan of America, owns a sandwich stand on the side of the road, called The Glass Tiger. Gaben ... See full summary »
1962-ben, amikor Gagarin urrepult es csaknem kitort a harmadik vilaghaboru, nalunk mar jo ideje nem tortent semmi es ugy nezett ki, hogy meg vagy harminc evig nem is fog. De, hogy holtbiztos ne is tortenhessen, arrol Simon bacsi a szocialista rend es erkolcs felett lankadatlanul orkodo tombbizalmi gondoskodik. Written by
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The movie is set in the actual "Ki Mit Tud?" talent contest in 1962. In reality the contest in dance music category was won by an army brass band. "Omega" which later became one of the most successful Hungarian rock bands came out in the second place. See more »
At the beginning of the movie the date is 28 August 1962 (as said by Simon bá) and it is a Saturday as later revealed. But 28 August 1962 was a Tuesday. See more »
By the way, I have also performed on stage many times. Didn't my son tell you? I was a performance artist. Not so long ago. But you know, the Movement...
Jenõ said that Simon bá' was at the State Protection Authority when...
Sure you don't want to go home, son?
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It makes no sense to think this movie makes 'those terrible days' seem 'golden'. Instead, it makes us able to laugh at those strange days with the nostalgic music balanced by fast-edited and ironic/satiric pictures. And don't forget: even if those were quite dark ages for a country, still those people who were young in those ages could (and had to) find the fun in the then-present conditions. Whoever whenever and wherever grows up usually remembers his young ages as something nice, even if they know that age was not politically correct at all. Please forget politics; enjoy the satiric-nostalgic show with lot of fun.
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