feature, 35mm, 115 minutes, 1:1.85
PREMIER (HUNGARY): 2008.
A story of an author struggling desperately to live his own life and to fall in love in the shadow of his manic-depressive ex-actress mother in the era of slowly declining communism. In their helpless interdependence, love and hate chains them to each other. This emotional stalemate is the primary meaning of the word tranquility. Our heroes are locked within the cages of their own madness, pacing within and hoping for liberation assisted by someone else. The question is whether they are going to be able to act sensibly and find a resolution.
Based on Attila Bartis' Tranquility (A nyugalom)
|László Garaczi, Róbert Alföldi||Screenplay|
|Tamás Babos||Director of photography|
|Gábor Valcz||Visual design|
|Gábor Valcz||Art director|
|Unio Film||Production company|
|Dorottya Udvaros, Zalán Makranczi, Dorka Gryllus, Judit Hernádi, Annamária Láng, Ákos Kőszegi, Ági Margitai, László Gálffi, Zoltán Seress, Mari Nagy, Kati Lázár, Dénes Ujlaki, János Ács, Róbert Kardos, Vera Sipos, Zoltán Schneider||Cast|
|Lecce European Cinema Festival - 2009||Tamás Babos - Best Cinematography|
|Chennai International Film Festival - 2012|
|Bengaluru International Film Festival - 2012|
|Ourense International Independent Film Festival - 2008|
|Goa International Film Festival of India - 2008|
|Palic International Film Festival - 2009|
|Chicago International Film Festival - 2008||(in competition)|
|Calcutta International Film Festival - 2009|
|Haifa International Film Festival - 2008|
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