'68 is a film, directed by Steven Kovacs and released in 1988, showing a full year in the lives of a Hungarian family living in San Francisco in 1968. ...more on Wikipedia about "'68 (film)"
An American Rhapsody is a 2001 motion picture that tells a story of 15-year-old American girl from a Hungarian immigrant family. The film is based on the true story of the director, Eva Gardos who also wrote the script. ...more on Wikipedia about "An American Rhapsody"
Being Julia is a 2004 film directed by István Szabó. ...more on Wikipedia about "Being Julia"
Cat City (original title: Macskafogó) is a Hungarian feature-length animated cult film released in 1986, directed by Béla Ternovszky and written by József Nepp. The original title means "Cat-catcher", and the title Cat City was used in the United States distribution. The original Hungarian version contains a number of language jokes which can be hardly rendered in any other edition. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cat City"
Control (by the international title) or Kontroll (in the native language) is a Hungarian film released to theatres in 2003. Shown internationally, mainly in art house theatres, the film is a mixture of genres, such as action, thriller, and comedy. ...more on Wikipedia about "Control (film)"
Fateless (Sorstalanság in Hungarian) is a movie by Lajos Koltai, released in 2005. It was based on the semi-autobiographical novel of the same title by the Nobel Prize winner author Imre Kertész, who also wrote the screenplay. It is the story of a teenage boy who is sent to concentration camps at Auschwitz, Buchenwald, and Zeitz. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fateless (film)"
Hanussen is a 1988 Istvan Szabo film about Erich Jan Hanussen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hanussen (film)"
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Max is a 2002 Drama movie, that depicts a friendship between art dealer Max Rothman and a young painter, Adolf Hitler. The film begins with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles. Max Rothman (Cusack) is a Jewish veteran of the Battle of Ypres, where he lost his arm. He has returned to Germany to try and put his life back together by opening a Modern Art gallery when he is approached by a young Hitler (Taylor), who wishes to have his work shown. Rothman feels the young painter has a good technique but that his work could go deeper. Rothman encourages him to delve deeper while at the same time Hitler is being urged by Captain Mayr (Thomsen) to go into politics and make a career out of the rousing, inspiring, but blatantly anti-Semitic and rage filled speeches. The film studies the questions of what could have been if Hitler had been more accepted in the art community and when it was that his views that became Nazi ideology began to take shape, while also studying the artistic and design implications of the Third Reich and how their visual appeal helped hypnotize the German people. ...more on Wikipedia about "Max (film)"
(Mephisto (film)) There are two movies of this name. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mephisto (film)"
Oberst Redl (Colonel Redl) is a 1985 movie by Hungarian director István Szabó about the life of military officer Alfred Redl ( Klaus Maria Brandauer) who because of his homosexuality was blackmailed into espionage for the Russian secret service. When he is discovered, he is basically forced by his superiors to commit suicide. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oberst Redl"
Nyócker! or The District! is a 2004 Hungarian caricaturistic animated movie directed by Áron Gauder. Its original title is a shortened colloquial form of nyolcadik kerület, the eighth district of Budapest, also known as Józsefváros, including an infamous neighbourhood where the movie takes place. It is sometimes labelled as the Hungarian South Park. ...more on Wikipedia about "The District!"
Time Stands Still is a 1981 movie about two brothers and the woman they both love, all living in Budapest during the uprisings of the 1960's. It stars Istvan Znamenak, Henrik Pauer, Aniko Ivan and was directed by Peter Gothar ...more on Wikipedia about "Time Stands Still"
Vuk ( 1981) is one of the most well-known Hungarian animated films, and along with Cat City is widely regarded as one of the ultimate classics of Hungarian cartoon making. It was marketed in English-language countries as Vuk: The Little Fox. It was directed by Attila Dargay, is modeled after a novel by István Fekete, and features the voice talents of Judit Pogány as young Vuk, József Gyabronka as adult Vuk, László Csákányi as Karak and Tibor Bitskey as the narrator. ...more on Wikipedia about "Vuk"
Willy the Sparrow was a 1989 animated film, originally made in Hungary as Vili, a veréb, about a 10-year old boy named Willy who enjoys shooting birds with a BB gun until he is turned into a sparrow by the Sparrow Guardian. He is taken in by a sparrow named Cipur in exchange for teaching him how to read, and later helps a group of sparrows retake their home in a barnyard from a cat. In 2004, the movie was rereleased as a DVD. In the Hungarian version, it was directed by József Gémes, and it was directed by Scott Murphy in the English adaptation. Voice actors included Sarah Schaub, Barta Heiner, Rick Macy, and Aaron Bybee. ...more on Wikipedia about "Willy the Sparrow" Everybody should like http://www.shortopedia.com Hungarian_films
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