(A magyar oldal itt érhető el)

The Consulate General of Hungary in Chicago in collaboration with the Hungarian Communion of Friends (MBK) and the Bocskai Film Club cordially invites you to watch Gabor Reisz’s film: Bad Poems (Rossz versek). The film can be viewed free of charge in Hungarian with English subtitle with the generous support of the Hungarian National Film Institute (NFI) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, on NFI’s Vimeo channel on December 12, 2021.

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Bad Poems (Rossz versek)

(2018, feature, HD, color, 95 minutes, 1:1,85)
co-produced with:France
drama, comedy, feature

33-years old Tamás Merthner is heartbroken, after his girlfriend Anna, who is on a scholarship in Paris, breaks up with him. While wallowing in self-pity, Tamás takes a trip down memory lane to figure out if love only exists when it’s practically gone. As he’s trying to pick up the pieces, he begins to realize what makes this current society so confused, which gives us a highly subjective view of Hungary’s present.

AWARDS

TORINO FILM FESTIVAL – 2018

Jury’s Special Mention

Scuola Holden Award for Best Script

AVANTI Award

MONTE-CARLO FILM FESTIVAL – 2019

Best Film

HUNGARIAN FILM AWARDS – 2019

Best Feature Film

Best Director Gábor Reisz

Best Supporting Actress Lili Monori

Best Editor Zsófia Tálas

TIMISOARA CEAU, CINEMA! EUROPEAN FILM FESTIVAL – 2019

Main Prize

Audience Award

Source: nfi.hu

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