What a primitive, socialistic, lowest quality TV movie from the 70ies of Hungary! Supposedly science fiction, with absolutely no science in it. Or, maybe the science of Marxism, declaring the heroic triumph of communism all over the world, is meant? Did it foretell the heroic triumph of superstition and dictatorship over the capitalistic slough in the United State (of the "Elnökasszony", the president lady, played by a nameable actress of that time and of that country)? It's a shame for all (well-known) actors and actresses and even for the author Gyula Hernádi to have sold themselves for such a low level propaganda production of the state TV. But they had to survive, financially and politically, just like the remainder of the (unknown) 10 million Hungarians. So, this play is a historic documentation and treasure for all sympathizers of any communistic ideas to see, where would leads the allover ruling of this ideology over a half continent, entertaining millions of all-evening viewers of state controlled media.
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