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A temetetlen halott (2004)

The life story of Imre Nagy is one of the defining stories of 20th century Hungarian history. He was the first communist leader to become the symbol of a national revolution, who, in ... See full summary »

Director:

Márta Mészáros

Writers:

Márta Mészáros (screenplay), Éva Pataki (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jan Nowicki ... Nagy Imre
György Cserhalmi ... Börtönorvos
Marianna Moór Marianna Moór ... Égetõ Mária
Lili Horváth ... Nagy Erzsébet (as Horváth Lili)
Jan Frycz ... Kihallgatótiszt
Pál Mácsai Pál Mácsai ... Vida Ferenc
János Kulka János Kulka ... Kállai Gyula
Vladimír Hajdu Vladimír Hajdu ... (as Ady Hajdu)
Frigyes Hollósi Frigyes Hollósi ... Yugoslavian Ambassador
Péter Andorai Péter Andorai ... Münnich Ferenc
Imre Csuja Imre Csuja ... Ferenc Jánosi
Adél Kováts Adél Kováts
Zoltán Csankó Zoltán Csankó
Ewa Telega ... (as Eva Telega)
Vanda Turekova Vanda Turekova
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The life story of Imre Nagy is one of the defining stories of 20th century Hungarian history. He was the first communist leader to become the symbol of a national revolution, who, in addition, withdrew from the Warsaw Treaty and stood up for democracy based on a pluralist party system. Many argue that the role he assumed in the revolution of 1956 and his continued loyalty to the notion of the revolution, which prevailed until his death, did not clearly follow from his communist convictions and his past experiences in Moscow. Written by Calmirio

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Drama | History

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In the prison (in 1958), the guards are listening to the song "A pancsoló kislány dala" on the radio. This song was recorded in 1960. See more »

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for remember
17 May 2017 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

a film for memory. and for understand a period in its basic aspects. useful. impressive. necessary. and this fact, the portrait of Imre Nagy, the delicate way to create the realistic portrait of a time are essential virtues. sure, it is not perfect. but it represents a beginning. to remember. to not ignore the legacy of a fight for virtues important more for present than for define the past.a homage. and the desire to use the right tone for show the pieces defining a dark world. for many reasons, it is a good idea to see it.


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Country:

Hungary | Slovakia | Poland

Language:

Hungarian

Release Date:

21 October 2004 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

L'uomo di Budapest See more »

Filming Locations:

Balaton-felvidék, Hungary See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

$1,400,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$93,814
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1.85 : 1
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