Hungarian colour drama romance, 1971, directed by Zoltán Huszárik – The most poetic Hungarian film of all times, winner of the public vote “Great Film”. Besides presenting Huszárik’s avant-garde short films, the bonus features also analyse the literary and musical background of Sindbad.

"What Sindbad wants?... First of all to live, to be involved in all the faculties of life – in landscapes, in women, in objects, in the savour of meals, in the mirage of faded wine glasses, in the mossy crosses of cemeteries...” (Zoltán Huszárik: Notebook Pages)

Produced by Mafilm 1. Játékfilmstúdió, Directed by Zoltán Huszárik, Written by Gyula Krúdy, Screenplay by Zoltán Huszárik, Edited by János Tóth, Cast: Zoltán Latinovits, Margit Dajka, Éva Ruttkai, Anna Nagy, Erika Szegedi, Éva Pap, Anna Muszte, Ildikó Bánsági, Director of Photography: Sándor Sára, Music by Zoltán Jeney, Sound: János Réti, Set Designer: Tamás Vayer, Costume Designer: Nelly Vágó, Edited by Mihály Morell, Head of Studio: Szilárd Újhelyi

Language: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour: Colour
Subtitles: English
Format 16:9 (1.85:1)
Running Time: 91'

Bonus Features:

Elegy, Directed by Zoltán Huszárik, 1965, 
Angelus, Directed by Zoltán Huszárik/original and distributed music,
A piacere, Directed by Zoltán Huszárik, 1976
Huszárik and Contemporary Music (Zoltán Jeney, Eszter Fazekas), 2012, 22'
The World of Krúdy and Huszárik (Gábor Gelencsér, Tibor Gintli) 2012, 21’

Published and distributed by Hungarian National Film Fund – Film Archive, 2017