Banned for over a decade for its outspoken criticism of the post-WWII communist regime in Hungary, Péter Bacsó's 'The Witness' has since then achieved unparalleled cult status in its native... See full summary »
Mail author for translation: 1951-ben vagyunk, Sziraky Lucy csinos, ambicioval teli operettszineszno. Szepen ivelo karrierjet keresztbe tori a kitelepites. Volt ferje grofi rangja miatt el ... See full summary »
A tale about a strange young man, Bulcsú, the fellow inspectors on his team, all without exception likable characters, a rival ticket inspection team and racing along the tracks - and a tale about love.
Death does not select, man does. Set in Budapest, Heavenly Shift offers an eerie insight into the everyday lives of a rather extraordinary ambulance crew. The films main character is Milan,... See full summary »
Mail author for translation. Megint tanu lesz a legendas Pelikan Jozsefbol, a most mar nyugdijas gatorbol, tanuja a most szuleto uj demokracianak, a kibontakozo kapitalista gazdasagnak. ... See full summary »
A film hose szakadt ertelmisegi, legutobb egy konyvkiado lektora volt, most allas nelkul van. Gyerekkora ota mindig o huzza a rovidebbet, o viszi el a balhet. A film kezdeten megint ilyen "... See full summary »
In this naturalistic satire enriched with burlesque, Boróka, the hair-cutting artist once cuts a hair so, that the customer has to be shaved bald. Sajtár Dezso wants to kill the barber, who... See full summary »
This comedy is a real crap (or joke)...boring, too long, things aren't happening and the story is bad...actually the unity of action (byplot etc.) is nothing...most of the scenes are too artistic - for example - people never engage in conversation each other like we seen in this picture. The director's approach is old-line and it leaves a mark of this movie. Positive thing what the cameramen did (as they shot the film, settings), but the soundtrack is uncritical. A few songs were sang by the actors - anyway, they are actors not singers so the whole thing is a mess from the beginning to the end. This movie shows the present state of the small hungarian cinematography. There are films like "Kontroll" which are so good that non-hungarian people can enjoy too, but for this..this is a tall order. I hope, hungarian people in cinemas will amuse themselves - I'm not sure they will be glad.
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