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DALLAS AMONG US

by Robert-Adrian Pejo

synopsis

After his father’s death the teacher Radu returns from Bucharest into his home village to arrange the funeral. The Roma-settlement, consisting of desolate and ram-shackle huts, is situated directly next to a huge apocalyptic dump: there is no water, no electricity, no sanitation. The place and scenery remind of the medieval time during the plague. The inhabitants cynically call it Dallas.

international title: Dallas Among Us
original title: Dallas Pashamende
country: Hungary, Austria, Germany
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Robert-Adrian Pejo
film run: 180'
screenplay: Robert-Adrian Pejo
cast: Zsolt Bogdán, Dorka Gryllus, Miklós Székely B., Mányoki Bence, Szecsö Kovács Júlia, Hollai Kálmán
cinematography by: Vivi Dragan Vasile
film editing: Réka Lemhényi
art director: Tamás Banovich
costumes designer: János Breckl
music: György Selmeczi
producer: Andreas Bareiss, László Kántor, Helmut Grasser
production: Allegro Film, Új Budapest Filmstudió, MTM Medien & Television München, Bonus Film
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