In the small Romanian town of Deva, Kato, a teen girl living in an orphanage gets electrocuted while drying her hair. This event changes the world around her. The orphanage is invaded by ...
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In the small Romanian town of Deva, Kato, a teen girl living in an orphanage gets electrocuted while drying her hair. This event changes the world around her. The orphanage is invaded by electricians, and a new volunteer, Bogi is hired to help. Kato becomes infatuated with her, and when she realizes that Bogi is going to leave soon, she decides to sacrifice an old volunteer for the new one.
I have already watched three Hungarian movies at the Hungarian movie weeek, here, in Bucharest, at the Peasant National Museum. I am Romanian, but I like Hungarian culture. The plot of Deva unfolds here in Romania, in Transylvania. The director and assistant director are Hungarians born here, like it is the main character, Kato and the teenage actress who played it. So, comparing Deva with the other two Hungarian movies I watched, Deva is rather Transylvanian than Hungarian, in a good sense, it's original. I liked the movie, I like how i t was filmed. All the actors played well and very well. Csengelle Nagy was awesome as Kato, the ecceentric albino teeenage girl from the orphanage. Congrats for the whole team of the movie!
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