In the second half of my conversation on Sunset (Napszállta) with the director of the Oscar-winning Son Of Saul (Saul Fia), László Nemes spoke about the influence of fairy tales, Fw Murnau's Sunrise, "creating imagery that is in the mind", and the "mission of cinema." He mentioned Michelangelo Antonioni's Blow Up as a film that "would not give you exactly the answers" and I thought of Charles Laughton's Night of the Hunter and John Huston's African Queen for his boat scenes in Sunset.
László Nemes on Írisz (Juli Jakab): "I'm interested in transmitting something and sharing something."
László Nemes mixes memory and desire unlike any other filmmaker today. His latest feature stirs us with the remarkable tale of