This film, a modernized version of the famous ballet work by Bela Bartok, has unfortunately been scarcely distributed in Hungary. The choreography, by Yvette Bozsik (who also plays the main role) definitely the most famous dancer in Hungary at the moment, and the artwork by the original artist of Yugoslavian origin Milorad Krstic, combined with the surprisingly good work of a director who has never directed a film even remotely resembling this one, make this film a masterpiece in its genre. It's impossible to describe the beauty of the movements and scenes, but all the viewers were favourably impressed at the end of the film when I saw it today. I'm just left wondering why it hasn't been normally distributed, and why no effort has been made so far to make it an international success, which would seem the natural thing for a film which doesn't even need dubbing since it doesn't have dialogues.
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