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Film Information

Dates 10/10, 2:30pm
10/11, 10:00am
Ticket Prices Regular - $15.00
Senior - $13.00
(+ 65 yrs)
Children - $8.00
(12 yrs & under)
Type Narrative Feature
Length 110 min
Year 2013
Language Hungarian
Country Germany/Hungary/Austria
/France
Original Title Le Grand Cahier
Premiere US Premiere
Links n/a

Creative Team

Director János Szász  
Screenwriter Andras Szekér, János Szász  
Producer Sandor Söth, Pál Sandor  


Cast

László Gyémánt András Gyémánt
Piroska Molnár Ulrich Thomsen
Ulrich Matthes Sabin Tambrea

Location Information

Date 10/10, 2:30pm
Venue Regal East Hampton Cinema UA 4
Address 30 Main Street, East Hampton, NY  11937
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Date 10/11, 10:00am
Venue Regal East Hampton Cinema UA 4
Address 30 Main Street, East Hampton, NY  11937
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The Notebook

About the Film

This stunningly shot tale follows the adventures of 13-year-old twin brothers whose mother shepherds them to the Hungarian countryside towards the end of World War II. Once pampered, they must discipline themselves to be tough and emotionless to survive. They write everything down in a notebook, keeping a written record of all they have witnessed during the war and following their own strict code: prose free from emotion, notes precise and objective. Yet over time they are initiated into the horrors of a war‐torn world, and, after brief post-war visits from each parent, must face their own ultimate separation. Selected as Hungary's entry for the 2013 Academy Awards.

About the Director

János Szász was born in 1958. He is a tutor for the acting master class at the Academy of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest. His films include WOYZECK, which won the European Film Award for Best New European Film, amongst others, and THE WITMAN BOYS (Un Certain Regard, Cannes 1997). He also won Best Director at the Moscow International Film Festival and a special commendation at the Sundance Festival and by Variety in 1998. His recent film OPIUM, with Ulrich Thomsen, was produced by Andras Hamori and sold by H2O.

 

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