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Jó estét nyár, jó estét szerelem (1972)

TV Movie  |   |  Drama, Romance  |  10 February 1972 (Hungary)
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Credited cast:
Gábor Harsányi ...
A Sötétruhás Fiú / Viktor Edman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Györgyi Andai ...
Tibor Bodor ...
László Bánhidi
Szilvia Dallos
Magda Faluhelyi ...
Vera Faragó ...
Zsuzsanna nõvére
József Fonyó
Imre Galgóczy ...
(as Galgóczi Imre)
Mária Garamszegi
Judit Halász ...
Juhász Katalin
Ferenc Kalocsai
Gabriella Kiss
Gábor Koncz ...
Ferenc Kállai ...


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Drama | Romance





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10 February 1972 (Hungary)  »

Also Known As:

Uusi poikaystävä  »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Greek fate-tragedy in Hungary
28 July 2008 | by (Novi Sad, Serbia) – See all my reviews

To be honest, the hungarian cinema is in great trouble now. So I don't really look hungarian films... new ones, first of all. But after i sew yesterday this two-part 1972 masterpiece, i was just sitting in my chair, smoking a cigarette. In silence. The plot (an adaptation of the novel of Endre Fejes) is very simple: a "dark costumed guy" pretends to be a Greek attaché to pick up girls and to make himself believe that life is more than just gray every-days. He gets the girls, engage them... and then disappear. What rests is only his fake name: Victor Edmond. All this goes till the day he meets a girl who he falls in love with. It's a simple direction, but full with great literature-citates, full with great situations. The novel is written in an era of communism, so it has a hidden critical aspect too. But now, 18 years after the death of the hungarian dictature - this film is still alive. It has a great connection with the Greek fate-tragedies, and on some points (it's a coincidence, but it's interesting) with the book The Talendted Mr. Ripley. Gabor Harsanyi is this days a comedy actor, and not so good in this genre, so i was really surprised how sensitive and nice he does play this role of Victor. The film is full with No. 1. actors of that and this time: Mari Törőcsik, Nóra Tábori, Teri Tordai, Klári Tolnay, Gábor Koncz, Ferenc Kállai. It is a very nice surprise of the hungarian cinema, a must-see-hungarian-film.

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