2022-06-12 16:00 - 17:40


Bence Fazekas Máté's debut film, inspired by real events, is a satirical tragicomedy that starts as a drama.
Richard, the rookie bailiff (Ákos Orosz), is about to face the first eviction of his life, but the tenant of the house in the garden is showing strong resistance. Aunt Ilona (Mari Nagy) has no intention of leaving her beloved house, and puts up a heroic fight, using every means at her disposal to prevent the eviction. She is helped by a few activists who form a living chain to protect her, while Richard is joined by the police, firemen, the pound, zoo workers and hostage negotiators.
Director: Fazekas Máté Bence
Cast: Ákos Orosz, Blanka Mészáros, Annamária Láng, Mari Nagy, István Znamenák
Find out more about the film and buy tickets:
10 June, 22:30 / Express
12 June, 16:00 / Agora Cultural Centre
Not recommended for children under 12
In 2022, the Hungarian Cinema Festival will be open to the public with several ticketing options. We are preparing for our film-loving guests with discounted and normal-price passes, professional accreditation and individual tickets per film and programme.
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The new Hungarian Cinema Festival will take place in the beautiful Veszprém-Balaton region between 23-26 June 2021, with open-air screenings, premieres of the latest Hungarian films, international festival award winners, stars, audience meetings, children and youth programmes, restored classics, exhibitions, concerts and gastronomic programmes.
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