feature, 35mm, 88 minutes, 1:1.85
PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2008.
Ógyarmat is a poor dead-end village near the Austrian-Hungarian border. One day, however, luck smiles upon the villagers. They discover that an oil pipeline runs underneath the cemetery and hit upon the idea of drilling into the pipe and selling the oil. They use a funeral to mask their work.The money starts to flow. Everybody is happy and content. But the next day they all start to sell the oil to line their own pockets.And when trouble starts it doesn't stop.
|Dániel Garas||Director of photography|
|Alex Hunyadi, Csaba Major, Jörg Höchne||Sound|
|Gábor Valcz||Visual design|
|Extreme Film||Production company|
|Sunday Film / FR, Vizion / DE||Co-producer|
|Andor Lukáts, István Gyuricza, Kati Lázár, Loránt Deutsch, Vica Kerekes||Cast|
|Mladá Boleslav "Festival of European Film Smiles" - 2009||Andor Lukáts - Best Actor|
|Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2009||Andor Lukáts - Best Actor|
|Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2009||Bálint Hegedűs - Best Screenplay|
|Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2009||Csaba Major - Best Sound|
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