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Suburb  //  Bisztro (Orig.)

DIR: András Szirtes
1972 / Ungarn / 8 min

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Recommend this film

pigeons - East-European suburb - movement and light - poetic power of editing - urban elements: air and dreams - myth of a town defying causality - creativity that becomes a fable of itself - the physical yet intangible autonomy of cinematic imagination - subtle filmic record of the contradictions within Hungarian socialism - creativity pushes aestheticism to the fore as a learning tool

A romantically charged cinematic poem capturing the mood in Budapest in the late 1960s and early 1970s, in a work inspired by avant-garde films of the 1920s and directors such as Walter Ruttman and Dziga Vertov.

Om Filmen

Instruktør András Szirtes
Manuskript András Szirtes
Kameramand András Szirtes
Redigering András Szirtes
Musik
Lyd András Szirtes
Varighed 8 min
År 1972
Land Ungarn
Farve Black & White
Tags cities, classics, poetic, experimental
Produktion András Szirtes
András Szirtes
Land:  Ungarn
Web:  www.szirtesfilm.hu/
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Telefon:  +36 702 133 884

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