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Won the Annecy Cristal for the best animated feature. See more »
As it is stated by Móricka earlier in the movie, successful time travel depends on physical contact (holding each other's hand) of all the travelers. However, upon returning from the stone age it is clear that no such contact is present. See more »
While the credits are running, several scenes are cut in either showing moments of the aftermath or explaining characters' previous behavior. See more »
I watched this movie in it's original language with subtitles at the Fantasy Film Festival in Stuttgart/Germany and I enjoyed it very much indeed!
This animated feature is not for the faint of heart or for people who do care about PC things ... so it's not for children either or Bush sympathizer's! But for lovers of great dark comic humor. There are so many gags hidden here, you might not get them all at your first viewing ... But unfortunately you might not get them the second time around. It's not the movies fault, it will be because you don't get all the nuances of the original (you have to speak Hungarian and maybe even have lived there to get some things ... at least that's what I've heard from other viewers, who must know ... Hungarians of course)
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