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Mother! The Mosquitoes (2000)

Anyád! A szúnyogok (original title)

Directors:

Miklós Jancsó, István Márton (co-director)

Writers:

Ferenc Grunwalsky (screenplay), Gyula Hernádi (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Zoltán Mucsi Zoltán Mucsi ... Kapa
Péter Scherer Péter Scherer ... Pepe
Emese Vasvári Emese Vasvári ... Emese
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Márta Balogh Márta Balogh
Judit Csoma Judit Csoma
Valter Csonka Valter Csonka
Alpár Dóczy Alpár Dóczy
Árpád Fazekas Árpád Fazekas
Gergely Fogarasi Gergely Fogarasi
Lajos Galambos Lajos Galambos
Balázs Galkó Balázs Galkó
János Gyuriska
Lajos Ottó Horváth Lajos Ottó Horváth
József Keczán József Keczán
József Kiss József Kiss
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It's excellent, and unique
10 May 2004 | by tbognar76See all my reviews

This is the greatest production from Jancso Miklos. Same actors, and likely the same storyline as "nekem lampast adott az ur,pesten", but its really the best movie what i had ever seen. It's doesn't include any computer graphic, or expensive and famous artist, but Jancso's absurdity makes this movie one of the best hungarian movie ever.

The story is so simple : Child of Kapa appears, and wants the grandfather's fake money. After Kapa gets into the invisible wall, he kills his son, and doesn't feel any sorrow, but he blinds.

Jancso compresses all of his experience into his masterpiece.

You must to see this movie!


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Hungary

Language:

Hungarian

Release Date:

10 February 2000 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Cholera, komary! See more »

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