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by György Kristóf New World View Hungary

When Ágoston, a Hungarian Slovak working in a nuclear power station, is suddenly laid off, he decides to travel north to a Baltic seaport in quest of work. This is just the beginning of an odyssey through the coarse and absurd world of the post-communist East, in which Ágoston must face any number of prejudices against foreigners, a round of naked beer, an encounter with an obtrusive animal rights activist, a stuffed earless bunny and an impulsive Russian with a disastrously operated “superwoman” of a wife. But all Ágoston was actuallly looking for was to catch a fish… Director Gyorgy Kristof ‘s debut feature is a quiet yet vivid road movie full of spectacular landscape photography and outlandish encounters.

  • Genre: Roadmovie
  • Country, Year: Slovakia, Czech Republic, Hungary, 2017
  • Runtime: 88 Min
  • Languages: Slovak, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Estonian, Latvian
  • Subtitles: English
  • Director: György Kristóf
  • Cast: Sándor Terhes, Éva Bandor, Judit Bárdos, Ieva Norvele Kristóf, Guna Zarina
  • Screenplay: György Kristóf, Eszter Horváth, Gabor Papp
  • Cinematography: Gergely Pohárnok
  • Editor: Adam Brothánek
  • Sound: Jan Richtr
  • Music: Miroslav Tóth
  • Producers: Marek Urban, Ferenc Pusztai, Jiří Konečný, Andrea Taschler, Ivo Ceplevics, Ivan Ostrochovsky, Tibor Búza, Ondřej Šejnoha
  • Production Companies: Sentimentalfilm, endorfilm, KMH Film
  • World Sales: Cercamon
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