Dr. Júlia SZILÁGYI, Ferenc DONÁTH
This film is the second in Ember’s Imre Nagy series, although its production began sooner than that of the Right of Asylum: after the Christmas of 1987, the director sat down with the children of the members of the Imre Nagy Group to listen to their shared experiences. Judit EMBER’s aim was to get those who were willing to speak to talk about a series of events that couldn’t even be mentioned before. The film is rare gem, still worth watching today.
MTV, 95 minutes.
The event is free.