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Angyali üdvözlet (1984)

 -  Drama  -  4 December 2007 (USA)
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Angyali üdvözlet, aka "The Annunciation", is a surreal account of the history of humanity as portrayed entirely by children between the ages of 8 and 12... See full synopsis »

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Péter Bocsor ...
Adam / Ádám
Júlia Mérö ...
Eve / Éva
Eszter Gyalog ...
György Belme
Róbert Borók
Attila Dobay
Evelin Fehér
Réka Gévai
Ferenc Foltányi
Mariann Kaposi
László Jenei
Mónika Oláh
Katalin Köhler
Attila Rácz
András Papp Takács
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Angyali üdvözlet, aka "The Annunciation", is a surreal account of the history of humanity as portrayed entirely by children between the ages of 8 and 12... See full synopsis »

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A masterpiece of modern existentialism
11 August 2000 | by See all my reviews

A downbeat, hypnotic retelling of Mankind's story from Adam and Eve to the present, played entirely by children. But don't expect a romp -- these kids are deadly serious as they tackle issues of mortality, religion, and the struggle of class against class. Brilliant photography enhances the deliberate pacing, yet the film is never boring. Literary sources include Emily Dickinson and William Blake, and every line is delivered with full conscious intention. Especially effective is the Byzantium sequence, where a single syllable (homousios, or homoiousios) means the difference between life and death. Seldom has the narcotic influence of religious power been so effectively portrayed. The use of a cast composed entirely of children is a conceit that lends itself to preciousness, but here it succeeds without the least trace of "cuteness". In sum, a daring, challenging, and ultimately worthwhile experiment.


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