The Vulture (Dögkeselyű, 1982)
120 years of Hungarian cinema
The writer Miklós Munkácsi passed away in January 2021. A memorial service was held. But fewer and fewer people remember his works, even though he was read and loved by many, many people for a good 20 years or so, beginning in the 1970s. One of his finest novels, A kihívás (The Challenge, 1981), formed the basis for Ferenc András's film Dögkeselyű (The Vulture). It is a story of crime, revenge. Actually, sorry, it is more than that. It is a hard-nosed report from an era in Hungary where the oppression by the powers-that-be was easing, and the active 'self-exploitation' of the generations had begun. An era where the limits of criminal behaviour began to become blurred, and all we could say is: great.
In Hungarian, without subtitles.
The discussions before and after the screening will be conducted in Hungarian.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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