feature, HD, 115 minutes
PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2015. 10. 22.
Home Guards is a powerful drama about two brothers – Máté and Joci – who live in a small Eastern European town. They are recruited by a charismatic leader to join the Home Guards and take a stand against crime. The boys are happy because, for the first time in their lives, they feel a sense of real belonging. But things get slowly out of hand as the Guards become an uncontrollable political force.
When Máté refuses to cover up a racist crime, he finds himself classed as an enemy of the Guards and at loggerheads with his own brother.
2016 - Hungarian Film Festival in Los Angeles:
Alex Friedman Humanitarian Award
Best Actor: Iván Fenyő
|Krisztina Goda, Réka Divinyi||Screenplay|
|Tamás Babos||Director of photography|
|Attila Vidnyánszky jr., Viktor Klem, Iván Fenyő, Anna Györgyi, Franciska Törőcsik||Cast|
|Paris International Environmental Film Festival - 2016||Audience Award to Best Fiction Film|
|Hungarian Film Awards - 2016||Attila Vidnyánszky jr. - Hungarian Film Award for Best Actor|
|Lagów International Film Festival - 2016|
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