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A young Los Angeles club DJ, caught between the wishes of his overbearing father and his dreams of musical freedom, uncovers danger, music, a dark family secret and the girl of his dreams, ... See full summary »

Director:

Steven Lovy

Writers:

Robert Lovy (screenplay), Robert Lovy (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Alex Weed ... Mitch Banko
Jeffrey Schecter ... Lou
János Kulka János Kulka ... Peter Banko
Dorka Gryllus Dorka Gryllus ... Bea
Olga Koós Olga Koós ... Klára, Mitch's grandma
Krisztián Kolovratnik Krisztián Kolovratnik ... Csaba
Péter Rudolf Péter Rudolf ... Zoltán
Eszter Csákányi Eszter Csákányi ... Ildikó
Ferenc Némethy Ferenc Némethy ... Grandpa Tibor
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anita Bogozi Anita Bogozi ... Csilla
Eszter Bíró Eszter Bíró ... Jill
Tamás Deák Tamás Deák ... Ferenc
Adrienn Dubay Adrienn Dubay ... Eszter
Andrew Hefler Andrew Hefler ... Paul (as Andrew Heffler)
Béla Jáki Béla Jáki ... Piroska
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A young Los Angeles club DJ, caught between the wishes of his overbearing father and his dreams of musical freedom, uncovers danger, music, a dark family secret and the girl of his dreams, while navigating the sexy and often dangerous streets of Budapest's famous night life. Written by Steven Lovy

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Music. Love. Sex. See more »

Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Details

Country:

USA | Hungary

Language:

English | Hungarian

Release Date:

29 January 2004 (Hungary) See more »

Filming Locations:

Hungary

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$47,401
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Ferenc Némethy, who plays Grandpa (and dies at the beginning of the movie) died shortly after filming. See more »

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the art of MIXIN' - stuff in2 a movie
9 February 2004 | by cspvSee all my reviews

This movie just came out in Hungary where it sort of originates from, and it is a very pleasant surprise. It is a simple story, sometimes with kinda emblematic scene, like a Hungarian cab driver that speaks fluent English - even before he finds out that our guy (brand new talent Alex Weed) is an American guy in Budapest.

Or some other time our man, Mitch (still Alex Weed) enters a club where they dance to Hungarian folk music, but the turntables are connected bad to the amp so bad noise only, no music. He comes in, fixes it, and makes friends in a minute .. I should call this a week scene ... should but it still works fine .. and i dindt mention the very good ones.

The grand ma is at lest as cool as Aunt Lotte from Stranger than Paradise... she's not only an old lady . she's a very well built character .. one night Mitch doesn't go out but stays with her at home and she rests her feet in his lap and he gives them a massage .. i don't know how good this sounds but it is a very cool scene .. and it's just one of those ..

I thought that it'd be just another of those movies in which another foreign student writes his/her story, builds his/her picture about Budapest, that would hardly even fit .. but NO ! This is a cool one, i can even say that as a Hungarian person :: very MIX of art and story telling, speed and style, a good movie, at least 1 of the (few) best movies this year

peter josvai (cspv.hu)


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