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The District (2004)

Nyócker! (original title)
In a Budapest ghetto, Richie, a young gypsy in love with Julia, daughter of the local Hungarian pimp, wants to put an end to the old family feuds. But there's only one way to do it: money. ... See full summary »

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Áron Gauder
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Cast

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L.L. Junior L.L. Junior ... Ricsi Lakatos (voice)
László Szacsvay László Szacsvay ... Guszti Lakatos (voice)
Gyözö Szabó Gyözö Szabó ... Károly Csorba (voice)
Csaba Pindroch Csaba Pindroch ... Béluska, son of Vizy (voice)
Gábor Csöre Gábor Csöre ... Simon Csorba / Chen (voice)
Dorka Gryllus ... Mari (voice)
Zoltán Rajkai Zoltán Rajkai ... Abdul (voice)
Andrea Fullajtár Andrea Fullajtár ... Irina (voice)
Andrea Roatis Andrea Roatis ... Julika Csorba (voice)
Károly Gesztesi Károly Gesztesi ... Lóri Lakatos (voice)
István Betz István Betz ... Sandokan Kolompár (voice)
Judit Jónás Judit Jónás ... Rózsi (voice)
Sándor Badár Sándor Badár ... Badár, policeman (voice)
János Horváth János Horváth ... Vizy, policeman (voice)
Anna Orosz Anna Orosz ... Ági néni, the teacher (voice)
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Storyline

In a Budapest ghetto, Richie, a young gypsy in love with Julia, daughter of the local Hungarian pimp, wants to put an end to the old family feuds. But there's only one way to do it: money. For that, Richie goes back in time to eradicate mammoths and turn them into oil he'll be able to sell later. Written by Noel Kardaris

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Animation | Comedy

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Trivia

This animated movie was made with a brand new technique. The artists took 350 headshot pictures of each actor and used these photos for the expressing emotions and the animation of the heads. The bodies are hand drawn. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the movie, a tram is heading forth on the left one of a pair of tracks. Hungary has a "keep to right" policy on traffic - even in the case of trams. See more »

Quotes

George W. Bush: Even in the midst of deceiving others, our agents themselves became the victims of deception.
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Crazy Credits

While the credits are running, several scenes are cut in either showing moments of the aftermath or explaining characters' previous behavior. See more »

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And you thought South Park was bad..
17 October 2005 | by SpuzzlightyearSee all my reviews

The District is one of the most interesting, annoying, filthy and funniest animated movies I've seen in a long while. This film, a twisting of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, (and we're talking a severe twisting) combines it with a story about um, global domination of the oil supplies in their neighborhood. There's also music, sex, and really bad behavior. So as you can tell, this is not a kid's movie. Far from it. The animators seriously have warped personalities to have come up with this. Although the story is a bit shaky and wraps up rather goofily, The story almost takes a back seat with all the strange animation, singing, and oh yes, guest appearances (hello George Bush!) going on. Highly highly original, this is well worth a look.


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Country:

Hungary

Language:

Hungarian | Romany | English

Release Date:

19 December 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

District! See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

HUF78,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$199,780
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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