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 Andras Kern’s film: Think of Me. Given the current corona virus situation the highly successful production 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 February 28, 2021.
On the same day, on February 28th at 7pm (EST) [6pm CST és 4pm PST] a Zoom meeting will be held to discuss about the film. The discussion will be in Hungarian and it will be moderated by Dr. Peter Kovalszki president of the Hungarian Communion of Friends.
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Think of Me (Gondolj rám)
(2016, feature, digital, color, 96 minutes)
Think of Me tells the bizarre tale of a surgeon whose life seems perfect until he learns that he only has a couple of months left to live.
Driven by the best intentions, he decides the only way to reduce the suffering of others when he dies is to drive everyone away. He deliberately cheats on his wife, starts to drink heavily, gets fired from his job, and generally flies in the face of all things respectable and legal. He falls out with all those who were once close to him, and the effects of his bad behaviour are really starting to show when….
Somewhere between moral drama and ironic comedy, this touching film stars Hungary’s most popular acting talents.
Director: András Kern
Screenplay: Miklós Vámos
Director of photography: Elemér Ragályi
Editor: Anna Kornis
Music: Gábor Presser
Producer: Dénes Szekeres
Production company: Tivoli-Filmproduction