My 20th Century
(Az én XX. századom)
feature, 35mm, 98 minutes
PREMIER (HUNGARY): 1988.
At New Year's Eve of 1899 Dóra and Lili, the twins separated from each other in their infancy and taking different roads ever since arrive in Hungary together with the twentieth century. Dora is an easy-going swindler, Lili is an anachist. They get off the train at the same time but keep on separated. Mr. Z. is a strange aristocrat, obsessed with the new technologies and inventions of the new century. He learns to know the two girls separately and they mingle in his representing the Perfect Woman for him. In the mirrored maze he finds out that the one is actually two and thus they are not too important to him any more. Mr. Z. is left alone. Time passes backwards, Edison sends his telegram: the world is wonderful. The camera runs on the water of a lagoon into infinity.
|Tibor Máthé||Director of photography|
|Gábor Hanák, Norbert Friedländer||Producer|
|Hamburg Film Büro, Budapest Film Studio, Friedländer Filmproduktion GmbH - Signet, ICAIC - Cuba, Mafilm||Production company|
|Dorota Segda, Oleg Jankovskii, Paulus Manker, Péter Andorai||Cast|
|Ghent Flanders International Film Festival - 2018|
|Seville Film Festival - 2018|
|Berlinale - Berlin International Film Festival - 2018|
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