Hungarian Film Festival

INDO CINE APPRECIATION FOUNDATION in association  with Balassi Institute , Hungarian Information & Cultural Centre, New Delhi are organizing a Hungarian Film Festival on 6th & 7th February 2018 at Russian Centre of Science & Culture, No-74, Kasturi Ranga Road, Chennai



1. Kills on Wheels /Tiszta szívvel | Dir.: ATTILA TILL | 6 Feb 2018 | 6.30 pm

This is a meaningful action-comedy of a wheelchair-bound assassin gang. Driven by despair and fear of becoming useless, a 20 year-old boy, his friend, and an ex-fireman offer their services to the mafia. But things are not what they seem. The boundaries between reality and fiction blur and the story becomes a whirling kaleidoscope showing us gangsters and gunfights, but also the challenge of life in a wheelchair and the pain caused by a father’s rejection.
Awards : 7 wins & 5 nominations

2. Loop/ Hurok | Dir.: ISTI MADARÁSZ | 7 Feb 2018 | 6-00 pm

A time-twist thriller, where the ideas of beginning and ending very quickly merge. Adam loses his pregnant girlfriend in an accident but is soon presented with a series of chances to correct his previous mistakes that led to her death. But a new opportunity does not mean a clean slate so he is forced to face the complicated repercussions of his earlier decisions while trying to keep his girlfriend alive.
Awards : 1 win & 3 nominations.

3. Liza, the Fox-Fairy/Liza, a rókatündér | Dir.: KÁROLY UJJ-MÉSZÁROS | 7 Feb 2018 | 7-30 pm

Liza has taken care of Marta, widow of the former Japanese ambassador, for the last 12 years. Liza’s only companion is her imaginary friend, Tomy Tani, the ghost of a Japanese pop singer from the 1950s. It’s her birthday, and so Liza goes to a Mekk Burger’s to find romance. While she’s away, Marta dies. Jealous relatives report Liza to the police for murdering Marta to inherit her apartment. Sergeant Zoltan is put on the case. The policeman rents a room from Liza so he can keep a closer eye on his suspect. Zoltan secretly repairs a stack of faulty fittings, very nearly gets killed in the process, and falls slowly in love with Liza. Liza gains confidence and begins to look better when she takes tips from a women’s magazine, but all her dating efforts end in fatal accidents orchestrated by Tomy Tani. Liza is convinced that she has become a fox-fairy, a deadly demon from Japanese folklore. The battle for Liza’s life begins between the mysterious pop singer and Sergeant Zoltan. A peculiar and poignant comedy set in a fictionalized 1970s Hungary with a capitalist system… Liza, The Fox-Fairy is a sarcastic fairy tale for grownups.
Awards : 24 wins & 5 nominations

Venue: Russian Centre of Science & Culture,   Chennai
Date: 6th & 7th February 2018

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