Very British - Satires and grotesques
Tom Jones (1963)
From Fielding's lengthy picaresque novel, dramatist John Osborne created a modern, picaresque screenplay. And he did so in a way that brilliantly brought Fielding's humour and biting satire to the 20th century. The film centres around a fresh wave of youth and freedom. If you have any reservations about stuffy costume dramas, fret not: the costumes are worn shamelessly, and there is certainly no chance of them being eaten by moths. The significant nods to the audience are clear, however: this is not really about 18th century England, but a hypocritical world where the wigs are worn by fools.
In English, with Hungarian subtitles.
Presented by: Müpa Budapest
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