A poor and passionate young man falls in love with a rich young woman and gives her a sense of freedom. They soon are separated by their social differences.
János Szász was born in Budapest in l958. He studied drama and stage direction at the Academy of Theater and Film Arts, and spent four important years at the National Theater Budapest. For the stage, he directed Ghosts by Henrik Ibsen, The Deer King by Carlo Gozzi and A Streetcar Named Desire by Tennessee Williams. He has also directed films and TV Series. Szász also directed a documentary for the Shoa Foundation and Steven Spielberg: A Holocaust szemei (2000). The story of the childrens of the holocaust never was told this way before.
Directed by: János Szász
Written by: Agota Kristof, András Szekér, János Szász
Starring: András Gyémánt, László Gyémánt
Cinematography: Christian Berger
Release dates: 3 July 2013 (Karlovy IFF)
19 September 2013 (Hungary)
Running time: 110 minutes