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Mihály Víg, Putyi Horváth, Miklós Székely B., Erika Bók View All


Péter Dobai (Story), Béla Tarr (Screenplay), Béla Tarr (Director), László Krasznahorkai (Screenplay) View All

Release: Feb. 8th, 1994
Runtime: 7 hours, 12 minutes
Inhabitants of a small village in Hungary deal with the effects of the fall of Communism. The town's source of revenue, a factory, has closed, and the locals, who include a doctor and three couples, await a cash payment offered in the wake of the shuttering. Irimias, a villager thought to be dead, returns and, unbeknownst to the locals, is a police informant. In a scheme, he persuades the villagers to form a commune with him.
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