A young Los Angeles club DJ, caught between the wishes of his overbearing father and his dreams of musical freedom, uncovers danger, music, a dark family secret and the girl of his dreams, ... See full summary »

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Mitch Banko
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Lou
János Kulka ...
Peter Banko
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Bea
Olga Koós ...
Klára, Mitch's grandma
Krisztián Kolovratnik ...
Csaba
Péter Rudolf ...
Zoltán
Eszter Csákányi ...
Ildikó
Ferenc Némethy ...
Grandpa Tibor
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Anita Bogozi ...
Csilla
Eszter Bíró ...
Jill
Tamás Deák ...
Ferenc
Adrienn Dubay ...
Eszter
Andrew Hefler ...
Paul (as Andrew Heffler)
Béla Jáki ...
Piroska
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A young Los Angeles club DJ, caught between the wishes of his overbearing father and his dreams of musical freedom, uncovers danger, music, a dark family secret and the girl of his dreams, while navigating the sexy and often dangerous streets of Budapest's famous night life. Written by Steven Lovy

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10 March 2004 | by (Hungary) – See all my reviews

This is a terrible movie with a stupid plot and two-dimensional characters: all the women are whores, all the men are in the mafia, the police are corrupt, and an American saves the day. Strange that a film made by Hungarians is filled with such self-loathing for the country. Given the premise of a film about DJ culture, the music is actually pretty bad. Hungary has some fantastic DJs whose work is occasionally used by local filmmakers, but the Lovy brothers obviously don't know any of them.

The Hungarian actors are good, but its pretty clear their potential is underused. Also, was there no one around to help them with their English? Some lines are so mangled that they're unintelligible. Not fun bad, jut plain bad.


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