24 hours from the life of a Hungarian stock-broker.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Viktor Bodó ...
Péter
Kata Petõ ...
Rozi
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Fischer
Artur Szõcs ...
Zolika
Enikõ Eszenyi ...
Ági
Gábor Máté ...
The chairman
Roopak Saluja ...
Kami
Vilmos Vajdai ...
István
Béla Mészáros ...
Tilo Werner ...
János
Ervin Nagy ...
Süni
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Anikó
Dorina Martinovics ...
Bernadett
Gergely Kovács ...
Tamás
József Gyabronka ...
Cab driver
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24 hours from the life of a Hungarian stock-broker.

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HUF 410,000,000 (estimated)
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This is the third and final movie of Ferenc Török's trilogy about the first generation after the fall of the Socialist regime in Hungary. The previous films are Moszkva tér (2001) and Szezon (2004). See more »

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At the beginning of the film, when we see the camera moving round the big satellite dish, we can see big, white, rectangular lighting equipment reflected on the side of the dish. See more »

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Strange but enjoyable blend: slow paced story about a dynamic profession
14 January 2008 | by (Budapest, HUNGARY) – See all my reviews

The third film by Török Ferenc after Moszkva tér and Szezon. These actually form a trilogy, presenting the life of the contemporary young generations of Hungary. This time Török focuses on the life style of young and wealthy stock market brokers. Quite interesting to see how the slow paced story and the similarly slow paced camera motion manages to convey an otherwise very dynamic lifestyle but somewhat surprisingly this seems to work in the end. I would say that the story is a bit too simple but the photography is beautiful and it really conveys the uniform environment of the perhaps most globalized profession in the globalized world.

I also like other details: small interactions and gestures tell you more about the typical relationship of the brokers with other people (although these relationships are mostly restricted to taxi drivers, waiters and the security personnel of the office buildings...). There are unfortunately less well done details in the film, too: the taxi driver who does not know the city and does not even know how to read a map or the assumption that blowing up a big parabolic antenna would make all mobile phones in a continent useless. These unreal details and stupid mistakes spoil the movie. Despite these, it is still much better than most of the crap you can see in the cinemas nowadays.


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