Márk Bodzsár, Juli Jakab, István TasnádiCinematography:
Gábor Keresztes Produced by:
Csaba Pék, Attila TőzsérCast:
Ervin Nagy, Zsolt Nagy, Lili Walters, Alexandra Borbély, Szabolcs Thuróczy, Móni Balsai, Roland Rába, Nari NguyenInternational sales:
National Films Institute Hungary
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Saturday December 04th 2021 16:00:00
In the heart of the 1970s, a hero of the Cuban revolution attracts the attention of the Hungarian secret police: eternally young and seductive, could Comrade Fábián be a vampire? A pair of not-quite-matched agents are put on the case.
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Legally restricted to persons over 12Lenght :
97 min // Ratio :
2.39 // Format : dcpLanguage :
Hungarian, Russian, Vietnamese // Subtitles :
English and french
As anyone with good taste knows only too well, there's a suave charm to almost every spy movie set during the Cold War. Márk Bodzsár takes this fragrance and grafts onto it, not without bravura, a combination of icy digital aesthetics and big bursts of satirical heat, finer than the ambient sauciness would suggest. The figure of the playboy secret agent takes a blow to the back of the neck, under the resigned sighs of his companion who dares not dream of emancipation. The revisited figure of the bloodsucker flays the vitiated soviet system as much as the Western alternative, in a great and endearing delirium.