A girl in a hat stumbles helplessly in the conceited chaos of a decaying world: the big question of Sunset is whether the cinematic magic of László Nemes becomes meaningful once again. A REVIEW BY ZSOLT GYENGE.
A refugee hovering as a superhero-angel is the symbolic centre of Kornél Mundruczó’s film competing in Cannes, a grand opus stating the naivety and superfluity of miracles. REVIEW BY ZSOLT GYENGE.
Snow frozen stiff cracks under the hooves of a beautiful deer in the wintery forest of dreams saturated with a strange, atmospheric sense of reality. After many years Ildikó Enyedi gives us a story, food for thought and a bit of magic. BY ZSOLT GYENGE.