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Dealer (I) (2004)

 |  Drama  |  15 October 2004 (USA)
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Felícián Keresztes ...
Dealer
Barbara Thurzó ...
Barbara
Lajos Szakács ...
Apa
Anikó Szigeti ...
Wanda
Edina Balogh ...
Bogi
Dusán Vitanovics ...
Dragan (as Dr. Dusán Vitanovics)
Katalin Mészáros ...
Mushroom Girl
István Lénárt ...
Öreg
Elíz Bicskei ...
Dragan nõvére (as Bicskey Alisa)
Gábor Dr. Szoboszlay ...
Összeégett barát
Péter Félix Mátyási ...
Fog (as Mátyási Péter)
Bálint Kenyeres ...
Péter atya
György Szép ...
Újvári atya
Ernst Thomas ...
Német orvos
Katalin Gombás ...
Tolmács
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Artificial
1 November 2004 | by (Budapest, Hungary) – See all my reviews

Gradually, I've come to appreciate slowness in cinema. I'm getting sort of fed up with action-packedness, video clip-like editing and the fact that if for ten seconds no one speaks on the screen the audience starts chatting, because obviously, there is nothing important going on.

However, I do not think much of this film of Fliegauf Benedek. I appreciated hist last piece (Rengeteg), I liked it's sketch-based structure, the amateur freshness of acting and especially the language, which is farther to the artistic, created language of the Hungarian cinema in the last couple of decades than anything I've seen for a long time. Now, in Dealer all this are present, but they rather work against the movie. The actors are terribly, incredibly bad (consider Barbara or the mathematician girl). If this is conscious than it is simply BAD. The language is terribly artificial - and there is no meaning for this at all. They usually quote that Dealer is slow and beautiful. I think, you have to be a very good director to be able to direct a slow film that works. For me this wasn't slow, but boring. I reckon, I understand why he wanted to make it so slow, but then there has to be something else to keep the movie alive - most favorably actors. Who act. All in all, I think this film is repulsively artificial, pretentious and pretty much forced.


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