The Last Night (Az utolsó éjszaka, 1917)
120 years of Hungarian cinema
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When discussing Hungarian films made between the two world wars, one usually thinks of lighter genres: comedies, farces, satires. Not without reason. When it comes to sound films of the era, there were very few dramas. However, the few remaining silent films from Hungary and evidence from documentaries suggest that this particularly medium was no stranger at all to dramatic films. Jenő Janovics was involved in serious dramatic works in the film industry as a writer, producer and director. His films were very successful. So much so that Janovics used the income from the box office to support the theatre plays he directed.
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