Tag Archives: Zoltán Fábri

Magyarok / Hungarians (1978) Zoltán Fábri, Gábor Koncz, Éva Pap, József Bihari, Drama

Magyarok (Zoltan Fabri, 1978)
A group of landless Hungarian peasants accept work as migrant-laborers on a farm in northern Germany where the wages are good, and the wives and family are allowed to accompany them. Though it is in the midst of World War II, they are relatively well-off. However, they glimpse the treatment accorded to POWs and others who are not so gently treated, and at the conclusion of the year’s harvest, they choose to return to Hungary and are quickly swept up in the tides of war. This film is part of a series of films by award-winning, well-respected director Zoltan Fabri who devoted much time and effort chronicling the struggle against fascism.
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Isten hozta örnagy úr / The Toth Family (1969) Zoltán Fábri, Zoltán Latinovits, Imre Sinkovits, Márta Fónay, Comedy, Drama

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The Tót family resides in Northern Hungary. The couple has a daughter and a son, the latter a member of the armed forces. When his weary major is ordered to take a vacation, the son talks him into a visit to his family home. Comedy endues when the Tót’s go overboard trying to make things pleasant for the visiting major in hopes of an easier life for their son the soldier.
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Körhinta / Merry-Go-Round (1956) Zoltán Fábri

Korhinta (1956)
In a rural scenery in the throes of difficult changes lives a humble but promising young farmer girl called Mari Pataki. Her father forbids her from seeing the man she loves. The father, above all preoccupied by work on the fields and prospective wealth, decides to give his daughter in marriage to an old but rich man with whom he does business. Land marries land, he says. This seems to be the unyielding rule of the Hungarian peasantry. But the young lover is ready to stand up to any challenge to keep Maris love.
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