director: László Csuja, Anna Nemes
release date: 2022. April 7.
Edina, a female bodybuilder is ready to sacrifice everything for the dream she shares with her lifepartner and trainer Adam: to win the world championship. The odd love she finds on her way makes her see the difference between her dreams and her true self.details
director: Máté Bence Fazekas
release date: 2022. March 17.
director: Kristóf Deák
release date: 2022. January 6.
Rudi and his grandpa share a special bond extending well into adulthood. When Grandpa falls victim to a uniquely heartless scam that breaks his spirit and his health, Rudi (normally a polite and quiet office hand) decides he’s not going to let the petty criminals get away with it. But in order to get close to them, he needs to step far out of his comfort zone and turn into a different person. With unexpected allies on his side, he might just get to the scammers before it’s too late…details
As Far as I Know
director: Nándor Lőrincz, Bálint Nagy
release date: 2021. December 16.
As Far As I Know is a feature of a husband losing faith in his marriage after an assault. Dénes thinks of himself as liberal and broadminded until he confronts his own hidden limits. Dénes and Nóra have been trying to adopt a child for some years. The film starts with the news that they are about to receive a baby in a matter of weeks. They celebrate with their friends, but have an argument and separate on their way home. The day after, Nóra tells Dénes that after she got off the last bus, she has been raped by a stranger. Lack of evidence, injury or witnesses make it difficult for the police to take action. Then when Nóra’s description is used to find the alleged perpetrator, a high-school teacher, his and Nóra’s testimonies stand against each other, equally credible and totally opposing. The police cannot prove sexual assault has taken place, so they close the case. Dénes starts to lose all his faith in Nóra...details