See Hannibál tanár úr (Fábri Zoltá.
See Karinthy Frigyes - Tanár úr ké.
See CANTATA IN MEMORIAM 1956.
See Lógok a szeren.
See Vadnay László konferansza.
See Holdvilág Kamaraszínház: Csill.
See A szabadság örökösei.
See 1956 - Az elfelejtett forradal.
See KÖZTÁRSASÁG TÉR 1956 II. RÉ.
Description: Each office has a Gina. If you don’t know the Gina you are the Gina. And if you are the Gina, consider yourself lucky human beings are never 100% knowable. Even to themselves.
Description: An obsessive classical concertgoer wants to be the first clapper at the end of each symphony and sonata. But when he inflicts the clap incessantly on his pianist idol, the tormented virtuoso decides to war back with music.
Description: A wretch jobber tries to search the cash to build the house promised to groom, to repay the truck he drives and support a terrible girl, who has been eviction, search somewhere to stay.
Description: Based on Jo Brand's critically acclaimed novel of the same name, The More You Ignore Me is a warm, comedy drama focusing on the life of an unconventional family in 1980s rural England. The movie focuses on Gina, a young mother, whose efforts to be a loving mother and wife are undermined by her declining mental health. Things deteriorate when she develops an obsession with the local weatherman, which leads to an admission to the nearby psychiatric hospital. Over the years, as she grows up, her daughter Alice struggles to relate to her heavily medicated mum, and causes chaos when she comes up with a plan to reconnect with her, which divides the family forever and leads to a moving climax. Set to the songs of The Smiths, The More You Ignore Me provides a sometimes stark, yet comical insight into life within this quirky household, whilst addressing mental health problems and their impact on the family.
Description: Two mates from the province dream of going to Athens. On board the train, however, two smugglers are being asked and offered to hire them as waiters in the nightclub as a showcase.
Description: When a man's wife inherits $50,000, he quits his job and assumes that he can actually take life easy. However, his newly rich wife has her own concepts of how he is going to spend his time.
Description: Junior and his child brother Highpockets, who is everytime causing trouble, enter their dog Daisy (the Bumsteads dog moonlighting) in a pet contest, and Daisy wins doing a latin dance. But Highpockets has brought a cat to the dog present (not unlike bringing a knife to a gunfight) and causes more than a tiny havoc.
Description: It is nearly a generation since we've visited Dobie Gillis, and the middle-aged Dobie is nothing like he was as a youth, having has sown all of his wild oats. He's settled into the predictable adult life, married to the reliable Zelda (who was chasing him all through high-school), and assumed his father's role of running the family tons store. All of a sudden, key industries in the city shut down, putting hundreds out of work and severely threatening the local economy. Dobie, as head of the city council, is looked upon to lead the city out of this desperate crisis. When all seems lost, life-long mate Maynard G. Krebs appears, representing an old acquaintance who has a strange demand.
Description: Telemachus, an unhappy old man, still lives with his sister, whom he expects to restore so that he marries the girl he loves. In the end, he is persuaded by a mate to place an advertisement in the newspaper to search her bridegroom, without mentioning her true age and highlighting her dowry. Finally, two bridal candidates appear: A retired and a Greek-Argentine landowner...
Description: A policeman arrests Thanassis (Thanassis Vengos), who admits he stole the trousers of a satisfied boy so that he should also be satisfied in turn, just as a gypsy (Souli Sabah) suggested. He confesses that, in order to marry his beloved (Nike Linard), he asked to borrow a pair of trousers, but no one was willing to lend him. So he decided to steal one. The policeman assists him and finds the trouser holder (Yiannis Argyris) and also works for Thanasis. So the latter can actually marry his girlfriend and create a family.
Description: "How crazy!" A boy and a girl watch episodes from Nils Poppe films outside a cinema Maxim in Stockholm. Poppe represents, among another things, a terrible composer who vainly tries to receive a tune adopted by a publisher. The failure makes him depressed, but he is living it up by meeting a nice mate Calle, who invites him home. Poppe stays for a several days as a male housewife. Calle has a melody shop and there the two mates can go crazy among all the instruments.
Description: Compilation of the greatest Sketches of the first series of Monty Python's Flying Circus, which ran from 5 October 1969 to 11 January 1970. Memorable moments include: 'The 127th Upperclass Twit of the Year Tournament from Hurlingham Park'; 'Bicycle Repair Man'; 'Vicious Gangs of Old Ladies - the Layabouts in Lace'; 'The Boy with Three Buttocks'; 'The Lumberjack Song'; 'Vocational Guidance Councillor'; and 'The Joke That Kills People'. Oh, and a sketch about a dead parrot.
Description: Young Jörgen Steenfeld is the heir of it over the chimney-indebted estate Steensgaard and unable to clear up its finances. He is being looked after by his old friend, "Mästerkatten", ie the enterprising, charming but somewhat irreplaceable Karl Konstantin Kattrup, who has been relegated from the university. Kattrup, involved as a manager at Steensgaard. Steenfeld receives visits by county governor Markdanner and her daughter Rose. The Countess is planning a marriage between Rose and Jörgen, but Jörgen is secretly in love with the orphan Helga Anthon, named Pips. The conditions are further complicated by the appearance of Kattrup and Rose.
Description: All the greatest sketches from the second series of the ground-breaking comedy. Memorable moments include: 'It's in the Mind'; 'The Fresh Cooker Sketch'; 'Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition'; and 'The Ministry for Silly Walks'. Originally Broadcast from 15 September to 22 December 1970
Description: All the greatest sketches from the third and fourth series of the ground-breaking comedy. Memorable moments include: 'The Finals of the All-England Summarise Proust Competition'; 'Stand and Deliver! It's That Highwayman Dennis Moore'; 'Thrust: A Quite Controversial Look at the Globe Around Us'; 'Whicker's Island'; and 'The Fifteenth Ideal Loon Competition'. Originally broadcast from 19 October 1972 to 18 January 1973, and 31 October to 5 December 1974.
Description: A thriller storyline about a humble office guy on the method home driving through a empty forrest road- He suddenly hits something that at first sight looks like an animal. But slowly he realises we see that it's a person in a furry costume. What would you do? We follow the hero how he deals with this strange case and his emotions.
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