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András Jeles (I)


András Jeles was born on March 27, 1945 in Jászberény, Hungary. He is a director and writer, known for Dream Brigade (1989), A kis Valentinó (1979) and József és testvérei - Jelenetek a parasztbibliából (2004). See full bio »

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 2000 József és testvérei (TV Movie)
 1989 Dream Brigade
 1981 Csokonai élet-játék (TV Movie)
 1974 Vasárnap, Április 12. (Short documentary)
 1973 Töredék (Short)
 1972 Párhuzamos életrajzok (Short)
 1971 Fehér sereg (Short)
 1970 Így fog leperegni (Documentary short)
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His Hungarian film Why Wasn't He There? (1993) [Why Wasn't He There?] addressed the Shoah: It tells the (fictional) story of a 13-year-old Jewish girl living in the countryside as the Nazis descended on Hungary in 1944. His son László Nemes later co-wrote and directed the acclaimed Son of Saul (2015), a film about the extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. See more »

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