With Balázs Béla Stúdió (Sorted by Popularity Ascending)
1. Caligula (1996)
R | 51 min | Drama
The young emperor's decision to force the senators of Rome to live under a regime as cruel, moronic, meaningless and random as he believes life itself to be. His decision is prompted by the death of his sister, with whom he was in love.
6. American Torso (1975)
91 min | Drama
The film commemorates the Hungarian emigration of the forties. Its history takes place in the last days of the American Civil War and shows the different fates of three different characters, the rationalist, the fatalist and the romantic.
9. Bebukottak (1985)
91 min | Documentary
An documentary portrait about several inmates of the Tököl Youth-Prison. The documentary was banned in 1985, and could only be published 5 years later.
11. The Agitators (1971)
68 min | Drama
In the Soviet-republic of Hungary, 1919 the agitators of the communist party have to face the problems of the dictatorship of the proletariat. As the situation worsens they choose different solutions to cope with their issues.
26. Európa kemping (1992)
72 min | Comedy
A pretty mixed society get together in a camping area. They enjoy their vacation and do not know that two of the vacationists are demolition experts, who are looking for a huge bomb which may explode in any minute.
37. A szárnyas ügynök (1987)
79 min | Drama
An agent arrives in Budapest. His mission is to report how the people feel here. He meets Péter and Mari, later Ilona as well, who is the lover of Péter and just returned from Wunderland.
38. Black Train (1971)
40 min | Documentary, Short
This shocking black and white documentary shows the lives of Szabolcs county (Northeast Hungary) commuters who traveled 200-300 kilometers from their villages to Budapest (the capital of Hungary) every week by train in the communist era.
Director: Pál Schiffer