feature, 35mm, 95 minutes, 1:1.85
PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2003.
Why would someone leave their dog at a stranger's place?
Why shouldn't we let into our homes those beings that only talk at night?
What does a father do if he finds his own daughter's body disgusting and provocative?
What is a waiter doing in the stomach of a gigantic fish that almost capsized a docked boat?
What does someone take with them when they go personally to meet a dead friend?
What does a girl do when she discovers she is becoming more and more like her sadistic grandmother who disappeared without a trace years ago?
How is it possible to find someone who ran his entire fortune through a paper-shredder?
The heroes and heroines of Forest live in Budapest, in a city that will one day disappear into the fog, like all the rest.
|Zoltán Lovasi||Director of photography|
|Raptors' Kollektíva||Art director|
|Inforg Stúdió||Production company|
|Fanni Szoljer, Dusán Vitanovics Dr., Éva Braun, Barbara Csonka, Márton Tamás, Edit Lipcsei, Katalin Mészáros, Ilka Sós, László Ziffer, Félix Péter Mátyássi, Lajos Szakács, Juli Széphelyi, Barbara Thurzó, Katalin Vörös, Gábor Dióssi, Bálint Kenyeres, Péter Pfenig||Cast|
|Lagów International Film Festival - 2003||Special Prize of the Jury|
|Berlin International Film Festival - Forum of New Cinema - 2003||Wolfgang Staudte Prize|
|Budapest Hungarian Film Week - 2003||Simó Sándor Prize for Best First Film, Best Producer: András Muhi, Gene Moskowitz Prize|
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