Everything suddenly changed in Csillagkut. The life grows up in this tiny Budapest-agglomeration town. Everybody creates new gossips about Peter Pongracz, who give up his American welfare ...
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Everything suddenly changed in Csillagkut. The life grows up in this tiny Budapest-agglomeration town. Everybody creates new gossips about Peter Pongracz, who give up his American welfare and career, because to establish a new hospital. Actually: in Csillagkut. He gets the old castle and converted to a hospital which costs lot of. Anybody who were here can see how the hospital beautiful. But not everybody likes Pongracz, especially the local entrepreneur and restaurant-owner Elod Varnagy. He had something else to do with the castle and the well. And he experienced that not everything can be bought by money. Written by
I think that this show is a perfect example of modern, contemporary show, acting as an opposite of horrible 'soap'. The show portrays many hidden themes and ideas. It discusses controversial and sensitive issues, while incorporating it into a great storyline. As the story unfolds, many new themes are introduced in a 'witty' and humorous manner. The main characters are well developed, and the minor characters really support them. The filming is done professionally, and the lighting is quite artistic in some scenes. The music is not the best, however it serves its purpose, and it is not annoyingly repetitive. To conclude, this show has many positive aspects that make it interesting to watch.
I would recommend this show to everyone. 10/10
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