MAY 16 2012 23:27h
The Hungarian director István Szabó was a guest of a meeting in the Tuskanac Cinema on Monday. The moderator of the discussion was a film critic Tomislav Kurelec and the translator interpreter was Ksenija Detoni.
After the discussion there was a film saga called A century of love and hate which was shown in Sunshine Festival in 1999. It is a touching story about the tragedy of half Jewish, half Hungarian family during the times of changes between the end of the 19th and the end of the 20th century. There were not only changes in state borders but also the changes of social regimes and ideologies plus the war disasters.
The public could see another three films of the same author during the next few days. The most personal is the film Father which won several prestigious film awards. There are also a romance called Trust which won a film award at Berlin Festival. The last film was the film Relatives which shows the interesting interpretation of modern corruption.