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Before Dawn

Hungary (MIFF 2005, fiction)

Director: Balint Kenyeres

Before dawn, the wheat gently undulates on the hillside. Before dawn, people will rise and others will take away their hope. Bálint Kenyeres' poignant reminder of the state of the world and its borders was screened in Competition in Cannes, 2005.
D/S Bálint Kenyeres P András Muhi WS Klára Paszternák L no dialogue TD 35mm/col/2005/13mins

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