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You or Me (1999)

Kalózok (original title)
About two friends dreaming of making it as discjockeys on commercial radio.

Director:

Tamás Sas
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gabriella Gubás ... Márta
Attila Király Attila Király ... Pípí
Viktor Bodó Viktor Bodó ... Max
Karina Kecskés Karina Kecskés ... Juli
Eszter Ónodi Eszter Ónodi ... Anci
Gábor Máté ... Farkas
Andor Lukáts ... Kristóf
Eszter Csákányi Eszter Csákányi ... Assistant
Ádám Rajhona Ádám Rajhona ... Director
László Szacsvay László Szacsvay ... Postman
Péter Geszti Péter Geszti ... Himself / Jazz+Az singer
Dorottya Behumi Dorottya Behumi ... Herself / Jazz+Az singer
Orsolya Kozma Orsolya Kozma ... Herself / Jazz+Az singer
Eszter Váczi Eszter Váczi ... Herself / Jazz+Az singer
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tibor Bognár Tibor Bognár ... Imi
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About two friends dreaming of making it as discjockeys on commercial radio.

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Official Sites:

official-site in Hungarian

Country:

Hungary

Language:

Hungarian

Release Date:

7 January 1999 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

You or Me See more »

Filming Locations:

Budapest, Hungary See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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The cameraman wearing a white shirt is reflected in the side of the slot machine when Anci walks up to it (at 23 mins into the movie). See more »

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100 minutes long tedious music video
7 October 2007 | by standardbearerSee all my reviews

The main problem with this one, is clearly the script. The story is about two young man (and their aid, a teenage girl), who are living for their passion: their own pirate radio station! What rebels they are! They even set up the whole station in a van, so they couldn't get calibrated by the authority. For they are pirates! They have to be! They do rebellious things, like playing music... and... maybe thats all they do. Sometimes they speak some words, but as good boys, mostly they don't want to disturb us listening to their favorite bands. Well, ONE band: "Jazz+Az".

Jazz+Az was an extremely over-hyped, therefore quite popular Hungarian pop band in those days. They were: László Dés (a jazz saxophonist, and one of the most popular song composers of that time), Péter Geszti (showman, rapper, actor, advertisement manager, and songwriter, head of the lighthearted, yet very big hit, hip-hop band of the early 90's called "Rapülők"), and three choir-girls. Anything but a band, a REAL pirate would listen to. That was the time of rise for many Hungarian alternative music groups, so there's NO WAY, that the heads of a pirate station would listen to Jazz+Az.

In fact, this movie is not much more, than a really long music video for this group. The treatment for this film must've looked like this:

blablalbalblalba, Then Jazz+Az plays a song, blablalbalblalba, ThenJazz+Az plays a song, blablalbalblalba, Then Jazz+Az plays a song, blablalbalblalba, Then Jazz+Az plays a song, blablalbalblalba, Then Jazz+Az plays a song, blablalbalblalba, Then Jazz+Az plays a song, blablalbalblalba. ...

The story itself would be interesting, but it's been really messed up. Many scenes are totally out of place, and the better ones are cut short because we need more time for another Jazz+Az performance. After some time, Pipi (Attila Király) leaves his his good friend to do commercial radio, where he can get get his own show, and play some more tracks of Jazz+Az. What a conflict! Okay, forget the story.

Attila Király's performance is really quite strong, for this VERY bad movie. He really worked with full heart on this one. Other people? Forget them. They do their weakest. They don't even try, and I don't blame them.

If you LOVE Jazz+Az, than grab this one at once, if not, don't bother.

Update: I was just reading back my old comments here on IMDb, and ran into this one... How memorable could a movie be, if in TEN YEARS it has only one comment, which states it's totally forgettable? :)


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