feature, 35mm, 85 minutes, 1:1.85
PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2003.
There� a housing estate; in it live Artin, a twenty-three-year-old music freak with the mentality of a teenager, rooted in the housing estate existence, and his brother, Nate, the sex maniac porn writer, who is running from hole to hole. And there are a few possessions: a large second hand flat, an inherited small flat, and a well-used inherited woman. But who will get what? It has been common knowledge since Shakespeare: it won�t end well if you steal your relative� girl. Even less so if you also want her castle�The housing estate is in a state of uproar. Fraternal feud, smashing up cars, flying cannonballs and the sound of rock and roll shake the concrete walls of the high-rise blocks. The aborigines rotting in the surreal and primitive state of mutually mooching on each other are all forced to choose one enemy line or the other.
|Akna Film, Kép-Árnyék, Duna Workshop||Production company|
|Zsombor Dyga||Production manager|
|Zsombor Dyga, Balázs Lovas||Screenplay|
|Árpád Horváth||Director of photography|
|Up Town Felaz||Music|
|Lajos Kovács, Anna Bognár, Ferenc Elek, Gábor Welker, Zoltán Schmied||Cast|
|Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2003||Best Young Screenplay: Zsombor Dyga and Balázs Lovas, Best Sound: Róbert Juhász|
|Split Film Festival - 2003||Special Award Focus|
|Cottbus FilmFestival - 2003|
|Umea International Film Festival - 2003|
|Bratislava International Film Festival - 2003||(in competition)|
|Targu-Mures AlterNative - 2003|
|Hamburg Filmfest - 2003|
|Palic International Film Festival - 2003|
|Prague FEBIOFEST - 2004|
|Zlín International Film Festival for Children and Youth - 2004||(in competition)|
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