Cat and Muse de Rozália Szeleczki en post-production
par Fabien Lemercier
- Produit par Lupa Pictures, le premier long métrage de la réalisatrice est interprétée Franciska Töröcsik dans le rôle d’une jeune trentenaire tombant amoureuse d’un étrange chat
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Started on 6 May, the shooting of Cat and Muse (Cicaverzum), the first feature by Rozália Szeleczki wrapped on 15 June. Noticed in particular with the short film Mrs Rozgonyi (2018), the filmmaker has brought together in the cast Franciska Töröcsik (appreciated amongst others in Aurora Borealis: Northern Light [+lire aussi :
fiche film]), Csaba Polgár (for the first time in a leading role), Dorottya Udvaros (remarkable recently in Final Report [+lire aussi :
interview : István Szabó
fiche film]), Róbert Alföldi (famous theatre director and actor), experienced actress Teri Tordai (seen this year in The Grandson), Tibor Kiss and the singer Adél Csobot.
Written by Szófia Kemény and Rozália Szeleczki, the script centres around Fáni, a young woman aged 30 who gave up on falling in love long ago because of her troubled past. But one day, a black cat starts courting her. Although Fáni is a successful architect, she remains a little girl at heart, and she falls under the spell of this macho cat, even though she’s the only person who hears his voice. This unusual romance unfolds with strange twists and turns, until Fáni loses almost everything that was important to her because of the narcissistic cat. Meanwhile, she doesn't even notice that Mihály, the cat's charming owner, is also courting her…
Produced by Petra Iványi for Lupa Pictures, Cat and Muse is co-produced by RTL Hungary and benefitted from the support of the Incubator programme of the National Film Institute (NFI). The photography will be handled by Kristóf M Deák. Distribution in Hungarian cinemas will be guided by Fórum Hungary.
For the record, Petra Iványi recently produced (on behalf of Filmteam) Mátyás Szabó's Wandering Leaves (read the article) and Attila Hartung's FOMO: Fear of Missing Out [+lire aussi :
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