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Alone, Eva Fahidi returned home to Hungary after WWII. At 20 years of age, she had survived Auschwitz Birkenau, while 49 members of her family were murdered, including her mother, father,... See more »

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Emese Cuhorka
Éva Pusztai-Fahidi
Réka Szabó

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Réka Szabó

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Melinda Erdös ... line producer
Marcell Gerö ... producer
Jonathan Halperyn ... executive producer
Flora Kovacs ... executive producer
Sára László ... producer
Réka Szabó ... producer

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Balázs Barna

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Claudia Kovács

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Sylvie Gadmer
Péter Sass

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Luca Anna Molnár ... assistant editor
György Szitár-Csanádi ... colorist

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Dániel Böhm ... sound
Gergely Hollósi ... sound
Simon Koch ... sound
Levente Udud ... sound recordist
Bálint Zándoki ... sound recordist

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Alone, Eva Fahidi returned home to Hungary after WWII. At 20 years of age, she had survived Auschwitz Birkenau, while 49 members of her family were murdered, including her mother, father, and little sister. Today, at age 90, Eva is asked to participate in a dance theatre performance about her life's journey. This would be her first experience performing on a stage. Reka, the director, imagines a duet between Eva and a young, internationally acclaimed dancer, Emese. Reka wants to see these two women, young and old, interact on stage, to see how their bodies, and stories, can intertwine. Eva agrees immediately. Three women - three months - a story of crossing boundaries. Whilst the extraordinary moments of Eva's life are distilled into theater scenes, a truly wonderful and powerful relationship forms among the three women. Written by Campfilm

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  • A létezés eufóriája (Hungary)
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  • 83 min
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