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Genre: Comedy-drama
Synopsis

Gábor Reisz is a multitalent with nerves of steel. There have been lots of directors who haven't been able to make anything remarkable after their successful debut. "For Some Inexplicable Reason", the first film by this Hungarian auteur, was warmly received not only by critics but by spectators, the greatest experts. Now, after watching his second film, we can tell that Gábor has hit the bullseye again.

Tamás is 33 years old and his soul is broken because his beloved Anna has decided to leave him. Pitying himself, Tamás tries to find out whether love only exists when there isn't any love. While analysing himself, he recollects his childhood and youth and begins to understand why we are so confused in the first place.

This synopsis can make you think the film is a sad one. On the contrary, it's very amusing, full of fantasy and utterly unpredictable. It’s usually crap films that talk about feelings. Such films are like bad poems. However, the director of this film is exceptionally skilled at portraying feelings. This is a film about love and aimed particularly at men, because there's lots of recognition of the core. It's a true auteur film about the fact that we all come from our childhood.

With his first bachelor degree, Gábor could teach schoolchildren to jump and run. With the second one, obtained at film school, he teaches us to think and look at things in a cinematographic way.

Mihkel Möölman

Director
Gábor Reisz

(b. 1980) is a Hungarian film director and writer, who debuted with ''For Some Inexplicable Reason'' at Karlovy Vary in 2014 and has found recognition from several festivals. "Bad Poems" is his second full-length feature.

Filmography
  • VAN valami furcsa és megmagyarázhatatlan (For Some Inexplicable Reason, 2014, Rossz versek (Bad Poems, 2018 )
Fri, 23.11.2018
6:00 pm
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall Scape
080101
Subtitles: 
EST, ENG
Screening code: 080101
Movie guests
Director Gábor Reisz, Crew  Daniel Balint, Crew  Kristof Becsey, Crew  Zsofia Tasnadi, Crew  Peter Benjamin Lukacs, Crew  Tamas Szekely, Producer  Julia Berkes, Producer  Stephan Barth, Crew  Anna Fignar, Crew  Andras Kalman, Crew  Borbala Keszei, Crew  Dorottya Zsiga, Crew  Veronika Nemes - Jeles, Cast  Katica Nagy, Crew  Clara Helena Farkas, Crew  Zsofia Talas, Cast  Zsolt Kovacs
Sat, 24.11.2018
9:30 pm
Tartu, 
Elektriteater
091802
Subtitles: 
EST, ENG
Screening code: 091802
Fri, 30.11.2018
8:00 pm
Tallinn, 
Coca-Cola Plaza
Hall 10
150807
Subtitles: 
EST, ENG
Screening code: 150807
Screenings with guests might end later than expected.
Film info
Country: Hungary
Year: 2018
Duration: 94 minutes
Language: Hungarian
Director: Gábor Reisz
Producer: Júlia Berkes
Writer: Gábor Reisz
DOPs: Dániel Bálint, Kristóf Becsey
Montage: Zsófia Tálas
Composers: András Kálmán, Gábor Reisz, András Koroknay, Lóránt Csorba
Cast: Gábor Reisz, Katica Nagy, Zsolt Kovács, Katalin Takács, Donát Seres
Production: Films du Balibari
Synopsis

Gábor Reisz is a multitalent with nerves of steel. There have been lots of directors who haven't been able to make anything remarkable after their successful debut. "For Some Inexplicable Reason", the first film by this Hungarian auteur, was warmly received not only by critics but by spectators, the greatest experts. Now, after watching his second film, we can tell that Gábor has hit the bullseye again.

Tamás is 33 years old and his soul is broken because his beloved Anna has decided to leave him. Pitying himself, Tamás tries to find out whether love only exists when there isn't any love. While analysing himself, he recollects his childhood and youth and begins to understand why we are so confused in the first place.

This synopsis can make you think the film is a sad one. On the contrary, it's very amusing, full of fantasy and utterly unpredictable. It’s usually crap films that talk about feelings. Such films are like bad poems. However, the director of this film is exceptionally skilled at portraying feelings. This is a film about love and aimed particularly at men, because there's lots of recognition of the core. It's a true auteur film about the fact that we all come from our childhood.

With his first bachelor degree, Gábor could teach schoolchildren to jump and run. With the second one, obtained at film school, he teaches us to think and look at things in a cinematographic way.

Mihkel Möölman

Director
Gábor Reisz

(b. 1980) is a Hungarian film director and writer, who debuted with ''For Some Inexplicable Reason'' at Karlovy Vary in 2014 and has found recognition from several festivals. "Bad Poems" is his second full-length feature.

Filmography
  • VAN valami furcsa és megmagyarázhatatlan (For Some Inexplicable Reason, 2014, Rossz versek (Bad Poems, 2018 )