A boy's secret trek from his country town to Budapest to claim a prize evolves into the hopeful search for his missing father. Lali, a Roma boy, wins a chocolate bar from a friend in a card...
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Small time Hungarian matchmakers get the job to make a Hollywood star fall in love with a Russian 'businessman's spoiled brat sister. They get one million dollars if they succeed, but if they fail, they will have to pay with their lives.
Bori, Dóri, and Anna meet regularly at the Espresso cafe and discuss their love affairs. They all become involved with Bori's new boyfriend Gábor. The fixed camera in the cafe observes ... See full summary »
The story of Regina Jonas found me. The world's first woman Rabbi lived in Berlin of the 1930s, and her greatest dream was to become a Rabbi. She felt that she was born to be a Rabbi, but ... See full summary »
A tale about a strange young man, Bulcsú, the fellow inspectors on his team, all without exception likeable characters, a rival ticket inspection team, and racing along the tracks... And a tale about love.
A boy's secret trek from his country town to Budapest to claim a prize evolves into the hopeful search for his missing father. Lali, a Roma boy, wins a chocolate bar from a friend in a card game and discovers that the wrapper makes him the lucky winner of a red motor scooter. How to claim the prize in person, as required, when you're only twelve and look much younger? First-time director Groó creates a sure and realistic depiction of childhood on the cusp of manhood in this sensitive and lovingly crafted coming-of-age story. Written by
A ridiculous piece full of lies and false messages, it's the worst propaganda movie ever.
"Sziven szúrt ország" is a far more better documentary about gypsy society here in Hungary.
The world of gipsies are totally the opposite in Easter-Europe. If you put sugar and lemon to the manure you won't get a lemonade. Uh yes and usually gipsies beat you for mobile phones and not vice versa ...
-Bad characters, -Amateur dialogs, -Weak cameraman, etc, etc.
I rates as 1 ( awful ) because there is no worse score. As I heard only cca. 100 people hv bought ticket to the film, it tells everything.
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