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"A Hungarian Fairy Tale"
1988
Directed by Gyula Gazdag

A strange, beautiful and critically-acclaimed film by Gyula Gazdag, A Hungarian Fairy Tale begins at a HUNGARIAN FAIRY TALE performance of Mozart's The Magic Flute where a beautiful young woman meets a handsome stranger and, transported by the music, they share one night of love. The son born of this magic night is raised by his mother but at the age of three, must be given a father's name, even a fictitious one, according to Hungarian law. Years later, the engaging Andris sets out to find his "father" as his "father" begins a separate journey. "No less resonant than Wings of Desire" (J. Hoberman, The Village Voice).  "Haunting. HUNGARIAN FAIRY TALE A departure from the mainstream, ...Spring pace and liberating energy, ...elegantly realized." (Janet Maslin, New York Times).  "Strange and beautiful.  Lingers in the memory like a haunting dream." (Wall Street Journal)  With David Vermes, Maria Varga, Frantisek Husak, Eszter Csakanyi, Szilvia Toth, Judith Pogany and Geza Balkay.  Black and white, Hungarian with English subtitles.  95 minutes.




 


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