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Drum bun - Jó utat! (2004)

Dracula and back! The urgency of having to go to Transylvania as fast as possible to bring back the remains of his own father turns out to be an adventure of a different kind for Martin. ... See full summary »

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Felix Theissen
Krisztina Bíró ...
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Tibor Pálffy
Juliane Kindler
Ferenc Szélyes
Andrea Szélyes
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(as Emõ Szabadi)
Lóránt Bocskor-Salló ...
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Alfréd Nagy
Attila Zsigmond
Tibor Csergõ
László Gorové
Iuliu Fagarasan
Ioan Teran
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Dracula and back! The urgency of having to go to Transylvania as fast as possible to bring back the remains of his own father turns out to be an adventure of a different kind for Martin. What he thought would be a short trip becomes an extended odyssey through the former east block country. Instead of Count Dracula, Martin meets a Romanian couple, Imre and Agi. Involuntarily bound to each other, they start the search. Through Transylvania, through prejudices, mundane worries and emotions, Martin's German bookkeeper sensibilities come face to face with the simplicity of Hungarian-Rumanian life. Written by gute filme gmbh

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31 January 2004 (Hungary)  »

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Drum Bun - Gute Reise  »

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Frustration when things go wrong in Transylvania.
17 January 2006 | by (San Jose, CA.) – See all my reviews

The filmmaker really gets across the frustration of being in a foreign land and not being able to speak the language or understand the customs. When things go wrong they are only made worse by not being able to communicate. This was shot on a low budget and one does wonder how much better it would be if the filmmaker had a bigger/better budget to work with. If you get a chance to see it, go see it if only to see what Transylvania looks like today. The filming was done primarily in Transylvania and they mostly speak Hungarian as opposed to the national language of Romania. The actor from Germany is great, as is the native actor who drives his bosses car and his girlfriend around Transylvania. I hope the film maker gets a chance to make more films.


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