Budapest Noir

Éva Gárdos | 2017 | 95 min | Hungary | English subtitles

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Film Info
Type of Film/Event:Drama
World Cinema
Release Year:2017
Running Time:95 min
Premiere Status:Long Island Premiere
Production Country:Hungary
Original Language:Hungarian
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Krisztián Kolovratnik
Réka Tenki
Tamás Fodor
János Kulka
Adél Kováts
Zsolt Anger
Kata Dobó
Franciska Törocsik
Director:Éva Gárdos
Producer:Ildikó Kemény
Éva Gárdos
Screenwriter:András Szekér
Cinematography:Elemér Ragályi
Editing By:Mátyás Fekete
Extra Search Properties
Date Search:Mon. 11/12
Venue:Bow Tie - Great Neck
Connect With The Film
Website:https://www.menemshafilms.com/budapest-noir
Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/MenemshaFilms
Twitter:https://twitter.com/MenemshaFilms

Description

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Based on the internationally best-selling novel by the same name, director Eva Gardos reimagines the dark side of pre-war Hungary. When an unnamed Jewish woman is found dead, rogue reporter Zsigmond relies on the help of a dynamic cast of characters that make up the underside of Budapest. Things become complicated when Zsigmond’s ex-lover re-enters the scene. Drawing on the complexities of Hungarian life in pre-war Europe, taking us from brothels to boxing rings and gangsters to politicians, Gardos brings Budapest to life in this classically-styled noir film.


Q&A WITH SPECIAL GUEST: Professor Foster Hirsch



FOSTER HIRSCH, Professor of Film at Brooklyn College, is the author of 15 books on film and theater including The Dark Side of the Screen: Film Noir; The Man Who Would Be King, A Life of Otto Preminger; Harold Prince and the American Musical Theater; and Kurt Weill from Berlin to Broadway. He is now at work on a history of Hollywood in the 1950s. He is a frequent host/moderator for numerous venues including the American Film Institute, the American Cinematheque, Harvard Club, and the National Arts Club.

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