On the Quiet
director: Zoltán Nagy
release date: 2019. November 14.
18-year-old Dávid is the lead violinist in his music conservatory’s orchestra. His mentor and their conductor Frigyes is sort of a father figure for Dávid. Nóri, a freshman student joins the orchestra at the end of the school year. She enjoys Frigyes’ unlimited attention, thus making her unpopular among her peers, but Dávid soon finds out that the 14-year-old girl’s suspiciously close relationship with their 60-year-old conductor is more than what it seems… While looking for the truth, Dávid's life soon starts to spiral out of control as he faces tough decisions and the adult society's negligence.details
director: Márk Bodzsár
release date: 2019. October 31.
Vampires are among us! But no need to worry: the Hungarian Secret Police are after them, and beyond the usual spy gadgets, they even use garlic to repel the beasts. Hungary in the 70s. Comrade Fábián (Zsolt Nagy), the Hungarian hero of the Cuban revolution, comes home to take part in a blood drive for Vietnam, the communist sister nation of Hungary. But something is wrong with the old comrade: he looks like a 30-year-old, has a cool demeanor, and drives a fire-red Mustang. A young couple who work for the secret police are assigned to monitor the stranger. Maria (Lili Walters) escorts him, and tries to find out the secret to his eternal youth. Maria’s lover, Laci (Ervin Nagy), the master of surveillance and close combat, stalks the two, and when he’s not mad from jealousy, does something which is not part of his skill set: he thinks. What is the secret of the ageless comrade, who drinks a red fizzy drink, and gazes longingly at ladies’ gently curved necks? Comrades and spies start to believe that Bela Lugosi, the star of the old Dracula movie, is not the only Hungarian vampire...details
director: Béla Bagota
release date: 2019. November 21.
Péter investigates a sex-trafficking ring as a big city cop in Brasov. He has dedicated his life to finding women who have disappeared, and he sees his sister Juli in every girl he saves. Juli disappeared twenty-two years ago in their hometown, Valan, in the ensuing chaos of the Romanian Revolution of 1989. Péter has to return to the Transylvanian mining town after receiving a phone call that the body of his sister might have been found among the pines on a snow-capped mountain. His personal investigation in Valan not only forces him to confront a crime rate that is stifling the town, but it also takes him back to the labyrinth of the past where he must face his own demons.details
director: Attila Hartung
release date: 2019. October 10.
Gergő and his teenage friends are into three things: partying, sex, and their online following. One night, at a party, Lilla falls victim to the boys. A dare gets out of hand and the youngsters' world changes forever overnight. #party #sexy #shame #challenge #girls #summer #swag #bdfcknpst #bff #hungary #fun #rage #followme #FALKA_channeldetails
Those Who Remained
director: Barnabás Tóth
release date: 2019. September 26.
After WWII, in Budapest, a lonely man and an orphan teenage girl find their way back to life through love. ALADÁR is 42, lost his wife and two children in the camps but keeping himself together while working as a gynecologist. KLÁRA is 16, still hasn’t got her period yet. She is still waiting her father and mother back from…well, she only knows they are “war prisoners”. So her grandma takes her to see dr. Aladár. The two of them find something in each other that they’ve been missing for years. And as they get closer and closer, they both get better and better. But as the Communist Party and the Soviet Empire takes over in Hungary, their loving and pure father-daughter relationship is not well seen anymore…. A lyrical story of the healing power of love in the midst of national conflict, lost and trauma, Those Who Remained reveals the healing process of Holocaust survivors through the eyes of a young girl in post-World War II Hungary. The film is based on the novel by Zsuzsa F. Várkonyi, published in 2004.details
director: György Mór Kárpáti
release date: 2019
In 1849, the liberation war against the Habsburg Empire is close to its end in Hungary. Having hidden from military draft, Barnabás leaves his hometown and walks across the country to find and save his wounded brother who has been hiding with a guerilla group deep in the forest. Despite their exhaustion, lack of food or information, they are still fighting for their cause. Barnabás finds his brother alienated and distrustful. The tension between the boys further increases when they turn out to be attracted to the same nurse in the camp. Hoping he can earn his brother's trust and take him home, Barnabás decides to stay and lie about his past. In the meantime, he has to face the cruelty of war.details