Vampires are among us. But no need to worry: the Hungarian Secret Police are after them, and beyond the usual spy gadgets, they even use garlic to repel the beasts. Hungary in the 70s. ...
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Vampires are among us. But no need to worry: the Hungarian Secret Police are after them, and beyond the usual spy gadgets, they even use garlic to repel the beasts. Hungary in the 70s. Comrade Fábián (Zsolt Nagy), the Hungarian hero of the Cuban revolution, comes home to take part in a blood drive for Vietnam, the communist sister nation of Hungary. But something is wrong with the old comrade: he looks like a 30-year-old, has a cool demeanor, and drives a fire-red Mustang. A young couple who work for the secret police are assigned to monitor the stranger. Maria (Lili Walters) escorts him, and tries to find out the secret to his eternal youth. Maria's lover, Laci (Ervin Nagy), the master of surveillance and close combat, stalks the two, and when he's not mad from jealousy, does something which is not part of his skill set: he thinks. What is the secret of the ageless comrade, who drinks a red fizzy drink, and gazes longingly at ladies' gently curved necks? Comrades and spies start to ...
One of the funniest Hungarian film ever showing Hungary in the 70's
The vampires are among us! But there is nothing to worry about: the members of the anti-espionage are already on their trail and are using even garlic in addition to the usual tools.
From the divine shift writer-director's crazy idea that a vampire is visiting Hungary in the 70's and the secret service is trying to expose , a night - black humorous comedy was born, which invites the audience to an invigorating cinematic experience with an extremely strong cast, a memorable spectacle and a twisting story. He attacks his neck against boredom.
It's a bloody funny Hungarian film
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