Multiple award-winning director Roland Vranik’s third feature is a compassionate, complicated, contemporary love story and “a devastatingly good drama about refugees and immigration”. – The […]
This delightful, family-friendly film provides a pocket guide not only to the many turbulent changes in Hungarian life across the 20th century, but also to […]
A stunningly shot adaptation of a 2008 novel by Vilmos Kondor widely hailed as the first work of hardboiled detective fiction written in Hungarian, Budapest […]
Celebrated for her Diary tetralogy, the great Hungarian director Márta Mészáros’ latest film concerns the elderly Mária, played by the legendary Mari Törőcsik, and her […]
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