Director: Marcell Jankovics
The gravest decisions of life and death may be affected by the smallest, everyday occurrences.
An executive is splashed with mud on the street. His anger starts a chain reaction. ... More »
A drowning man calls for help in vain because no one pays any attention to his shouts. ... More »
A film about the reciprocal effect between the creative artist and his ... work. ... Grand Prix, Cannes. Silver Hugo, ... Chicago. ... More »
A man-shaped ape (or ape-shaped man?) bullies all living beings he encounters, until he meets his match. ... More »
Obsequies, a moving speech, tears. Suddenly, the orator starts to say curious things and the solemnity of the occasion is brutality destroyed. ... More »
Jancso's last film seen in Australia was his Silence and Cry (Melbourne Film Festival, 1969) and it showed the director probing the machinery of oppression in his unique style. ... In Red Psalm ... More »