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Bernadette Mayer en fin de tournage pour I Never See You

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- Anikó Für et Benett Vilmányi en tête d’affiche du premier long de Bernadette Mayer, une production Kino Alfa avec Szabolcs Hajdu et Ildiko Hamori aussi au casting

Bernadette Mayer en fin de tournage pour I Never See You
Anikó Für dans I Never See You

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Shooting on Bernadette Mayer’s debut feature film I Never See You (Szemem fénye) (working titles), which is due to wrap on 13 December, has now entered the home straight. The young filmmaker (who has also worked as a director of photography on several short films) has secured Anikó Für (notably well-received in The Inventor [+lire aussi :
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, Eternal Winter [+lire aussi :
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and Coming Out) and Benett Vilmányi (recently at his best in Wandering LeavesPreparations To Be Together For An Unknown Period of Time [+lire aussi :
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and Guerilla [+lire aussi :
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, and hitting screens next year in Silent Night) to lead the cast of her work.

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They’re joined by Szabolcs Hajdu (crowned Best Actor in Karlovy Vary 2016 by way of It’s Not The Time Of My Life [+lire aussi :
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, which scooped the Crystal Globe and which he directed himself, and seen in this year’s movies Power [+lire aussi :
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and Kalman’s Day [+lire aussi :
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), István Znamenák (the winner of the Best Supporting Role trophy in Hungarian Film Week 2018 via The Citizen [+lire aussi :
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and very well-received in this year’s Venice Film Festival via Explanation for Everything [+lire aussi :
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), Andrea Waskovics (Erasing Frank [+lire aussi :
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) and Ildiko Hamori (named Best Actress in Hungarian Film Week 2021, thanks to Pilate).

Written by Bernadette Mayer together with Zoltán Nagy (On the Quiet [+lire aussi :
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), the story revolves around Krisztina, an art teacher who is progressively losing her sight as a complication of diabetes. It engenders a crisis, not only in her own life but also in that of her son. Máté must contend with the state of his mother’s health immediately following the birth of his first child. He does his best to help Krisztina, but his life is gradually torn between his increasingly clingy mother and his own little family. Krisztina, meanwhile, fears being alone in the dark…

I Never See You is produced by Genovéva Petrovits (selected as one of 2023’s Emerging Producers – read our interview) on behalf of Kino Alfa, and enjoyed support from the Hungarian National Film Institute’s Incubator Programme. The 25-day film-shoot (which kicked off on 29 August) unfolded in Budapest, with Eszter Csepeli heading up cinematography.

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