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Long time has passed since I last saw a totally watchable and funny Hungarian film (it was "Csak szex és más semmi" directed by Krisztina Goda in 2005).
Kalandorok is about 3 men, a Transylvanian ex-teacher grandpa, his loser musician son and his even more loser grandson. The grandpa asks for help as her wife has gone mad, so his son & grandson leave for Transylvania with all their unspoken difficulties and lies. Through the road movie you can catch a glimpse of Transylvania (which is beautiful), its people and see good actors in good roles in a well-constructed story.
I laughed my head off. So will you if you like irony. 8)
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