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Description: Sztankó János, the freshly appointed director of a company that builds agricultural factories meets his former classmate, Palócz. Palócz is just released from the prison where he got on made-up charges. Sztankó suddenly decides to employ the engineer since he wants to present up spectacular, fast results.
Description: Houses, actually abandoned and empty, are being boarded up in Besence of the Ormányság. "Only-childism" is in fashion, due to the law that provides for the method in which landed properties are inherited. The birth of kids that are "not desirable" is being prevented through illegal medical intervention, which is often responsible for the death of pregnant women. The happiness of János and Julis are also the victims of this attitude: their parents would not hear of other child.
Description: The bells of the Calvinist church in Garabó have been silent for years, and folks prefer to go the Rumanian church. Returning from his studies in Utrecht, Simándy Pál - at his own request - gets a job here, in the alpine village. The young Hungarian minister meets Florica, the educated daughter of Todorescu, the Rumanian pope, whom he knew before. She falls in love with him.
Description: The film says the life storyline and friendship of five blacksmiths in city of Leninakan during the fight and the years preceding it - as said by the son of one of the blacksmiths.
Description: Catherine is taken to dine at "Eau de la vie" an opulent cafe known for its unusual entertainment. Her business associates Grant and Sarah intend to initiate her into their sordid society and strip her of her innocence. Catherine gotta select from a tiny group of performers who will entertain the diners for the evening. She selects a young pretty boy unaware that the finale of the evenings entertainment will end in his dead. To save the young boy she has chosen, Catherine is driven to war for her own life but oblivious to her struggle the another diners trust it is all part of the evening's entertainment Catherine has to stand alone. They tell that evil triumphs when nice folks do nothing. Eau de la vie is a dark tale of hedonism and individual courage.
Description: His grandmother's death brings Hansel from San Francisco back to Cuba to take care of his brother Marcos. The two brothers have grown apart. With the support of an old family minigame Hansel attempts to restore his brother’s believe that has been lost over the years.
Description: In the fields of Cserefa the pig of a miner digs up red earth. Szántó discovers, that the hill hides nice quality bauxite, suitable for launch cast mining. First he is laughed at, soon silenced, because opening of a mine would harm the interests of the "water lobby" and the tourist industry.
Description: 16-year-old Frida and Mona take the train from the suburbs to Copenhagen on a Friday night to receive rid of their virginity. They create themselves up and change their clothes in the ladies' room at the Central Station and the manhunt in Copenhagen's night-life can begin.
Description: This movie is based on the logic of the associations, saying the storyline of teenagers of the day. Three men search shelter from a storm in a villa at Lake Balaton. When the owners suddenly appear, only two of them can escape. Kiki is stuck in the larder. Waiting for his release, he recalls various stories in his mind, memories and the photos of his imagination are mingled.
Description: The storyline of balladistic intonation takes zone at Lake Balaton, in a fisher village. The love of Kovács Mária and Szabó Mihály is hopeless due to a long animosity between their families. Mária is married by her father to his adopted son Kovács Jani. The unhappy young girl is unable to hide her love for Mihály and therefore her mad father sentences her with the traditionally suitable penalty of unfaithful women, she is place on the stormy waters of Balaton in a boat without oars or scull.
Description: The twenty-year-old young boy Sz. László is a lorry guard employed by an agricultural co-operative located in the vicinity of the capital. One day he neither posts the cash officially entrusted to him nor goes to work, spending time and cash as he likes on things he otherwise cannot afford, such as hanging around, sweets, driving in taxis, restaurants, Lake Balaton, girls, etc.
Description: During Globe Fight II Carlotta, the circus owner maintains herself, her lover and her rather run-down circus-team by illegal man-smuggling. In the year of 1944, besides the usual refugees, she even has to take Professor Máté, the renown mathematician to the Yugoslavian partisans. The squad is joined by Carlotta's psychotic son who has escaped from an asylum.
Description: A sculptor lends cash to a bankrupt man, who agrees to let his daughter pose for the sculptor's next work. The movie caused a scandal in Argentina for the depiction of then 17-year-old Olga Zubarry's naked back. Adaptated from the novel "Fräulein Else" by Arthur Schnitzler.
Description: The witches say fortunes: Macbeth will be King, Banquo will beget Kings. Macbeth supports the agenda by murdering Lord Duncan; and, what the heck, Banquo, too. Macbeth takes the crown, Lady Macbeth hosts a dinner; Banquo crashes the event.
Description: Giuseppe Verdi's operatic adaptation of William Shakespeare's heartbreaking drama -- the last tragic opera the composer ever wrote -- plays out at the spectacular Arena di Verona, graced with the vocal talents of the world's very best. Russian tenor Vladimir Atlantov takes the game role, soprano Kiri Te Kanawa sings the part of Desdemona, and Italian baritone Piero Cappuccilli brings the wicked Iago to life.
Description: Amina sleep-walks her method into the bedroom of a nobleman who is staying at the village inn. Enraged and humiliated, her fiancé breaks the engagement. The nobleman attests to her innocence, and Amina offers a demonstration of sleep-walking.
Description: "Agaton & Mindy" says the storyline of two young dancers from various background. Mindy (Louise De Los Reyes) is from rich family and suffers from depression. Agaton (Chase Vega) is from terrible family and is searching for his mother (Dina Bonnevie) who abandoned him while he was a young child. Both meet in a dance class handled by Tanya Dolokhov (Cherie Gil) who pairs them up in a dance recital. A brilliant and devotional teacher, Tanya encourages her students to tap into their wild sides for inspiration, and this is also the time when their romance blossoms... (filmasia.blogspot.com)
Description: Personal inspector Hável happens to travel on the train which is attacked at Biatorbágy. His attention is drawn to a suspicious man, and in the next several days he confirms that it was indeed him who committed the crime. Yet the police accuses not the lunatic Marschalkó but the communists. Summary justice is declared.
Description: A committee made up to investigate illegal masonry in Yugoslavia causes more issues both for the builders and government, and in fact no one have any test of it. The pressure from all sides makes committee work less diligently.
Description: Brecht's enjoy Fear and Misery of the Third Reich consists of a series of playlets, portraying National Socialist Germany of the 1930s as a land of poverty, violence, fear and pretence. Nazi antisemitism is depicted in few of the sketches, including "the Physicist", "Judicial Process", and "the Jewish Wife".
Description: The paths of guests and employees cross at the Palace Hotel in St. Moritz: A chambermaid experiences financial difficulties. A guest has been robbed. A thief is caught. An assistant cook is promoted to waiter. And there’s no shortage of love in this tiny globe of the nice Hotel Palace. Keeping an orderly eye over proceedings is the hotel’s pretty patron, whose heart is in the right place.
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The Notebook starts as Globe Fight II is winding down. As an ally of Nazi Germany and part of the Axis Powers Hungary is on the losing end. The film focuses on two young twin men (András and László Gyémánt), whose names we never learn. They are 12 when the film starts in the summer of 1944 and 13 when the film ends in the summer of 1945.To ensure their security their parents (Gyöngyvér Bognár and Ulrich Matthes) zone them in the care of the woman's mother, who lives in the countryside running a tiny farm. The trouble is the grandmother (Piroska Molnár) has not seen her daughter in 20 years and clearly has a very weak opinion of her. At the end of the film she is surprised her daughter (after dying in a shell explosion) even had a husband. She is a mean old girl who's rumored to have poisoned her husband and the film helps this conjecture. The villagers call her "the Witch." At the beginning of the film the men hate her because she keeps calling them bastards and is very mean to them. It's clear her grudge vs her daughter is carried over to her grandsons to whom she shows no love nor warmth.The men transform from normal kids into two human beings who have hardened themselves both physically and psychologically to deal with the rapidly deteriorating case in Hungary. They nonchalantly watch both their mother and baby sister receive blown to bits (largely their fault) and they cunningly watch their father die crossing a minefield (entirely their fault). No remorse is shown. At the end of the film they go their separate ways, from being inseparable twins to purposely separating themselves.To tell the men morph into creatures is not quite accurate. By the end they bear a grudging respect for their grandmother and support her in dying after she's had a second stroke. They avenge an old Jewish boy who's shown kindness to them by blowing the face off a cute maid who turned him in to the authorities. So it's hard to tell that they've gone all the method from innocent men to out-and-out psychopaths.The film makes it clear the boys' transformation stems from the barbarous and irrational ordeal they are forced to endure from another folks and from the Fight itself. They have had to survive the fall of Hungary. The German Units has pulled out as represented by the Waffen SS German Officer who departs abruptly and who's shown a homosexual interest in them. The Hungarian Units has fallen into tatters as represented by the Hungarian soldier the men stumble upon frozen and starved to death. And the Soviet Units is rolling into Hungary raping any woman or girl they can receive their hands on, like Hairlip (Orsolya Tóth). About the Soviets there's a caption that says: Welcome the liberators. They've come to take all you own. When a priest is surprised that the twins know their Ten Commandments, one of the men comments: The Fifth Commandment tells Thou Shalt Not Kill. But everyone kills.The Notebook should have used a brief introductory prologue to familiarize the viewer in more depth with the political context. Example: By 1944 the Second Globe Fight was rapidly being lost by the Axis Powers and Hungary, as an ally of the Axis Powers represented chiefly by Nazi Germany, was on the losing side. Few times in 1944 the Hungarian dictator, Admiral Horthy, sought to negotiate a separate peace with the Allies to pull Hungary out of the fight but was unsuccessful. Under the direct orders of Adolf Hitler, in the autumn of 1944 the German Units (Wehrmacht) and the Waffen SS took over full control of the conduct of the fight in Hungary but by the winter of 1945 Budapest, the capital of Hungary, surrendered to the rapidly advancing Soviet forces and the government of Hungary collapsed in total defeat.The Notebook is also a truly gripping and strong movie, but definitely not for those who prefer to avoid the realities of life and who like nice, cheery, feel-good stories. Also not for those who like blow-'em-ups/shoot-'em-ups. Many of the scenes are very brutal and very intense. This film will create you ponder in depth the inhumanity and abject cruelty some humans do to another humans. And it's still going on out there in spades in many parts of the world. The twin men in The Notebook were not adults. The horrors of fight twisted their minds forever. I hope this film will create us think more deeply about the result fight can have on people―physically, psychologically, and emotionally―and how fight can be stopped.The acting was well done and convincing and the cinematography contributed to the feel of Hungary at that time. This film deserves to be watched.I'll end my review by telling what I told as a wrap-up in 12 Years A Slave. It's not for everyone.9/10PS: I saw this film at the Hungarian Movie Festival held at the Laemmle NoHo 7 on Lankershim Blvd in North Hollywood, California USA.
In one of the most remarkable scenes of 'The Notebook', twin 12 year old brothers methodically, coldly trade punches. Every swings at the other, and then stands still, face expressionless, as he receives a slew of punches back. Gradually the punches are harder, and eventually they begin using belts to ratchet up then pain threshold. They are kids but this is no game: they are toughening up, physically and psychologically, to survive the war. They have realized that cuddling together and wishing the fight away will not save them, and they better be prepared for hunger, pain, betrayal and everyday humiliations. And survive they do, although they decide that in order to do so they gotta blackmail priests, steal from corpses, bully their grandmother and plant explosives in someone's kitchen. The director competently handles deep staging and the test of long lens, very apt for the emotional distance the storyline takes with regards to the acts it depicts. The movie works in huge part because of the performance of László Gyémánt and András Gyémánt, true life twins, who give a stupendously restrained, controlled performances, often consisting solely of intense stares and vengeful glances. Color is mostly bleached out, melody is sparse and some of the greatest moments consist of static, unnervingly long shots. The movie is set in a tiny village straddling the Austro-Hungarian border during globe fight two. But it is not particularly interested in providing context of the war, or of Hungary's poor plight in it, or in Nazism or in any another features of the historical setting. So don't expect to learn much about globe fight 2 in this movie as it is merely the backdrop to a storyline that is really about survival and what happens to children's moral compass during war.Hungarian movies are their own sub-genre. Perhaps no another country has produced such consistently bleak films, soaked in pessimism and mostly focused on moral corruption and confusion. This tiny gem of a movie is yet other example of this cinematic tradition. This is not quite at the lvl of masterpieces such as 'Come and See'or 'Time of the Drunken Horses', my two favourite movies about childhood during wartime, but absolutely deserves to be seen, or, to be more precise, endured.
jkbonner1 has written an perfect and in-depth review of the movie, all I would like to add is that this is the first and only film that I have ever seen that I think succeeds in realistically portraying the devastating human aspects of WWII on a private lvl without resorting to sentimentalism or nostalgia. Although gruesome with plenty of disturbing scenes, it is not grotesque. For me the only film that comes close would be Apocalypse Actually - which is, of course, a very various film but I think related in that both give a glimpse of the inhumanity and insanity of war. I also really admired about the film that each key hero undergoes a finished transformation - it presents us with an initial case where it seems obvious who is in the right and who is "evil", and succeeds in turning everything upside down by the end of the movie, including our own definitions of right and wrong and nice and evil. The film does of course have some inconsistencies, some scenes appear highly unlikely and the men seem to meet with each misfortune imaginable. But I think such criticism is beside the point. Through the eyes of the men we are shown happenings that did happen over and over again to thousands of people. And in the end it is up to us to consider what is "good", whether we have a right to judge any of the characters in the movie, and given such circumstances how much of our own humanity and values should any of test have maintained? BTW I signed up to IMDb just to be able to share these thoughts with you about this film :-) and I "look forward to" one day reading the ebook the film is based upon (Agota Kristof: Le grand cahier).
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