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Sándor Csányi ...
Erik
Kátya Tompos ...
Linda
Gábor Karalyos ...
Balázs
Anikó Für ...
Júlia
József Gyabronka ...
Kálmán
Klára Nényei ...
Fanni
Zoltán Mucsi ...
Pecsák
Katalin Takács ...
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Fruzsina
Tibor Mészáros ...
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Géza Hegedüs D. ...
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Kornél Simon ...
Áron
István Dankó ...
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Máté Mészáros ...
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This is the story of present-day Hungary's most famous gay celebrity who openly admits his homosexuality and fights for gay rights in a society where so many alternative values are denied. But then something happens and he is shocked to discover his growing interest in the female of the species. Written by Anonymous

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Homophobia
7 September 2015 | by (Houston,Texas) – See all my reviews

A movie filled with too much homophobia.It begins well, with an uplifting tone to it but from the beginning one can notice its more inclined to heterosexuals.Like the director and movie creator were all heterosexuals,trying to neutralize the gay in the film but pretending to understand gays. We are introduced to a Lovely gay couple facing lots of homophobia from the society, then the movie takes a dive.We begin seeing stereotypes thrown to the main character to represent that gays are all feminine(nothing wrong with being feminine) but ignores that there are equally very masculine gay men. Somehow the main character finds out his bi but that means suddenly his whole persona and character changes as if finding out your sexuality is different means your whole being,talk and character becomes alien.Like your purging out a demon. (The movie feels more of self-hate than discovery of a new self) Equally so what if his sexuality is different,does not mean the relationship you had before is all gone to the gutters. Still you like men. Anyway, too much homophobia and stereotypes wrapped in one movie.Would advice any LGBT person to prepare themselves for an insult of a lifetime, the movie looks like its come from a society that is still grappling with biased views of what LGBT means.


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