Budapest, Hungary, October 15, 1944 at the time the Hungarian Nazi movement of the Arrow Cross grows stronger. Through the eyes of a woman and a boy who suddenly enters her life, 'One Day Crossing' chronicles the struggle to maintain identity and extend compassion in times of oppression and horror. Written by
A moving exposition of both the best and worst of humanity.
A magnificent and accomplished work. All the elements of the film ... cinematography, direction, acting and lighting combine to create an air of suspense and empathy. Filmed entirely on location and in the original Hungarian language, this short has more emotional impact than many a 2 hour feature film. Go out of your way to see this one if you can.
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