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Lost Times (2009)

Utolsó idök (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama | 22 October 2009 (Hungary)
1997. Young car mechanic Iván lives in a godforsaken village in eastern Hungary. He looks after his mentally disabled sister Eszter and earns extra money smuggling diesel oil from Ukraine. ... See full summary »

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Áron Mátyássy

Writer:

Áron Mátyássy (screenplay)
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József Kádas József Kádas ... Priskin Iván
Teréz Vass Teréz Vass ... Priskin Eszter
Eszter Földes Eszter Földes ... Valkó Ilus
Attila Géza László Attila Géza László ... Túri Dénes (as László Attila)
Mariann Szalay Mariann Szalay ... Léna
Attila Kasvinszki Attila Kasvinszki ... Csali (as Kasvinszki Attila)
Zoltán Géczi Zoltán Géczi ... Rendõrtiszt
Zoltán Újvári Zoltán Újvári ... János - rendõr
József Varga József Varga ... Szukics József
Csaba Czene ... kis Szukics
Mari Csomós Mari Csomós ... Szukics mama
Andor Lukáts ... Orvos
Zsolt Anger Zsolt Anger ... Befektetõ
Zoltán Rajkai Zoltán Rajkai ... Befektetõ
András Balogh András Balogh ... Angyak Bandi
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1997. Young car mechanic Iván lives in a godforsaken village in eastern Hungary. He looks after his mentally disabled sister Eszter and earns extra money smuggling diesel oil from Ukraine. The siblings' coexistence is disrupted by a tragic event, Eszter is raped. A police investigation gets under way; in the meantime, Iván starts up a relationship with young Ilus, who has just finished school and is planning on going to the university. Iván plainly wants to leave his old life behind him, but will he be able to fulfill this ambition? Written by Warsaw Film Festival

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Strong.
9 January 2010 | by board-5See all my reviews

Fortunately television get the right to show this,I was very happy,cause I could not be there at the most important Hungarian film festival.

Against the story is not for my taste(very not).Main male character plays very strongly,and this is save the whole movie.

I had seen only 5-7 Hungarian movies in last one year,but except this those were all rubbish story tellers,and those just never captured me.

This movie was a very strong,and captivating complex with all of it's hard,and every of it's light weight,but direct movements.

Give this one a chance,this is not a comedy,but this film is good for what is.Don't miss this film if you are in the right mood.


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Hungary

Language:

Hungarian

Release Date:

22 October 2009 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Hamenoi kairoi See more »

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Dolby Digital

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1.85 : 1
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