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The massive labyrinthine netherworld that is the Budapest subway system, provides the stunning setting for Kontroll, a high-style, high-speed romantic thriller in which the lives of assorted outcasts, lovers and dreamers intersect and collide. (ThinkFilm)
Set in the 1940s in the Czech lands occupied by the Nazis, Zelary tells the story of a clash between two different worlds and two different people. It is the story of an extraordinary relationship, of fear, misgivings, suspicion and especially of the love that forms out of antagonism. (Sony Pictures Classics)
Karrer plods his way through life in quiet desperation. His environment is drab and rainy and muddy... (imdb)
A German stage actor finds unexpected success and mixed blessings in the popularity of his performance... (imdb)
Macbeth (1982) - TV Movie
The film is comprised of two uninterrupted shots, the first a 5-minute segment preceding the credits and the remainder a 67-minute segment shot largely in close-ups. (iMDB)
Mycenae. Electra (Mari Töröcsik) is considered mad because she mourns the loss of her father, Agamemnon, and roams the countryside accusing the new king Aegisthus of murder. She constantly claims that her brother Orestes will return to right the injustice and expel the usurper who rules the country with an iron fist. A messenger brings word that Orestes is dead, but soon thereafter he appears, to do exactly what the 'mad' Electra has foretold.
The movie brings light in our eyes in matter that there are a number of endless possibilities to choose what exactly do we want too be. The main character is Boróka(Júlia Ubrankovics) a prostitute girl. She get's a prostitution job from her boyfriend who turns too be a negative guy. In change her boyfriend will get a valorous motorbike...
The white Mare once again, gives birth to a son. As he grows up, his mother, the white mare tells him a story. A story about a faraway kingdom, where the three princes, proud sons of the king and queen, are just about to get married. The king give one palace to each of them, and half of his kingdom. His only request is to leave the sealed doors in those castles sealed. Of course, the foolish wives (women! bah!) break the seals, and hell breaks loose.
First part of the unfinished trilogy about a period of the hungarian history.
A Very Moral Night (Hungarian: Egy erkölcsös éjszaka) is a 1977 Hungarian comedy film directed by Károly Makk. It was entered into the 1978 Cannes Film Festival. (Wikipedia)
One of the first feature films of the great Balázs Béla Stúdió, which had existed for a decade before as pretty much a film club where enthusiastic young Hungarian artists could showcase their avant-garde shorts (imdb)
Belonging to Jancso's later avant-garde work, this is an allegorical film that deals with universal creation. (mubi.com)
Poor shepard Kukorica Jancsi (Johnny Corn) loves Iluska. Iluska's evil stepmother hates both of them and make Iluska's life hell. Jancsi lost his sheeps during kissing Iluska and his landlord chases him. He meets goons then he is recruited soldier. (imdb)
The story takes place in the second half of the eighties. The regime of power is tired, but any changes are out of sight. Some people are trying to find their asylum in their privacy, some defect. Who is not willing to get adapted, lives at the outskirts of the society. So, for example, the forty-year old intellectual Ewald (György Cserhalmi) can not perform his profession, as he could not comply with requirements of the political regime. (KrátkýFilm)
Set in 15th century Hungary, a young humanist nobleman is declared King, and ushers in an era of prosperity (www.Mubi.com).
Narcisus and Psyche is based on a novel by Sandor Weores which was adapted by Vilmos Csaplar and director Gabor Body for a feature-length film. Borrowing the character of Psyche from mythology and placing her in Europe in the 19th century, the authors give her a "modern" life. She is an attractive young woman - and remains so throughout the film, in spite of one hardship after another. Psyche is libidinous, and her prurient interests shock her staid contemporaries.
While awaiting his release from the Soviet detention camp he is being held in, a half-starved refugee (Andras Ambrus) finds that an error has been made and his name is not on the to-be-released list. It is then that he is forced to assume the identity of a dead man whose name is on the list. Ambrus at first refuses, but because he was an orphan and cannot produce evidence of his true identity, he has no other choice. (Clarke Fountain)
In 1849 the Hungarian revolution is beaten down by the Russian Army. Ferenc Majláth, who was an officer in the army of the revolution, has to choose between imprisonment or getting enlisted in the Austrian army. He chooses to enlist but this decision is weighing on his conscience. (imdb)
Things fall apart in Makai's life when his old friend Réb comes back from America with opportunistic intentions. (imdb)
It takes place shortly after WW2. Hungary is still being occupied by outside forces. A group of friends sit and talk, engaging in everyday subjects. But one of them tells a serious story. (Amazon)
Part two of three of a glorious trilogy showing Hungarian history through an abstract lens (www.mubi.com).
The story concentrates on the lives of a group of people living in Hungary as the country goes through a series of crises (www.mubi.com).
Šimon, a solitary young student, is drawn into a liaison with an older couple, Mária and Viktor, whose partnership veers between passion and cruelty. Soon, caught up in their unsettling, claustrophobic and at times violent relationship, Šimon slowly learns the dark secrets of their past and comes to recognise the corrupt systems that shaped all of their lives. (secondrundvd.com)