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FORBIDDEN RELATIONS

Hungary, 1983 (MIFF 1983)

Director: Zsolt Kézdi Kovács

Juli, whose husband has committed suicide, falls in love with Fodor, a newcomer to the village. When she learns that he is her half-brother (from her mother's first marriage), she tries to keep away from him, but the bond is already too strong. Besides, she seems to be the only person who really cares about Fodor and who can save him from his unhappiness. They have to endure many hardships, even go to prison— but they stay together and never give up hope for a new life.

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