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THE HOURGLASS

by Szabolcs Tolnai

synopsis

Andreas Sam is a young writer searching for his roots and the memory of his father who disappeared in the maelstrom of World War II. As he roams the labyrinth of the past, instead of finding answers he is faced with more questions. And thus, a journey into the past becomes a list of feelings and doubts. Helplessness, homelessness, constant homesickness and a desire to belong to one person and one place: this is the portrait of a citizen of Central Eastern Europe, living among various religions and cultures and often forced into minority situations. Kis's novel, retold with the help of visual means, makes the audience face the paranoia of nationalism and the consequences of ideological blindness.p>

international title: The Hourglass
original title: Fövenyóra
country: Hungary, Serbia and Montenegro, Montenegro
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Szabolcs Tolnai
film run: 104'
screenplay: Szabolcs Tolnai
cast: János Derzsi, Slobodan Custic, Dénes Döbrey, Nebojsa Dugalic, Frigyes Kovács, Kati Lázár
cinematography by: Gergely Pohárnok, Gergely Pohárnok
film editing: Szilvia Ruszev
art director: Diana Radosavljevic
costumes designer: Sosa Juristovszky
music: Szabolcs Szőke, Strange Party Orchestra
producer: György Durst, Miroslav Mogorovich
production: Duna Workshop (Duna Mühely), Mediawave 2000 Ltd., Art & Popcorn (CS)
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