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Three-part Director’s cut – Colour, drama, Hungary – Gábor Bódy, 1980 – Digital remastering supervised by István Hildebrand D.O.P. – Bonus features: Bódy’s vision of the video era, and a short feature contaning Psyché outtakes

Based on Sándor Weöres’s epic poem, the film is a fantastic vision, a visual time travel, the encyclopaedic debut film of the postmodern era. Gábor Bódy connected the love of Erzsébet Lónyay, a gipsy countess of the 18th century, and László Ungvárnémeti Tóth, an ill-fated playwright, with the story of baron Zedlitz, the fantast. Behind this love triangle, he unfolds the intellectual history of a century and a half, from the Enlightenment to the nineteen-twenties.

Produced by Hunnia Filmstúdió, Directed by Gábor Bódy, Written by Sándor Weöres, Screenplay by Gábor Bódy, Vilmos Csaplár, Stars: Patricia Adriani (Erzsébet Kútvölgyi), Udo Kier (György Cserhalmi), György Cserhalmi (Dezső Garas), Production Design by Gábor Bachman, Music by László Vidovszky, Director of Photography: István Hildebrand, Film Editing by Anna Kornis, Cast: Ágnes Horváth, Dénes Ujlaki, János Derzsi, Ingrid Caven, János Pilinszky, Zoltán Gera, Sound by István Sipos, Costume Design by Erzsébet Mialkovszky, Gizella Koppány, Head of Studio: Miklós Köllő, Photo: Gyula Szóvári

Language: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour
Subtitles: English
Aspect Ratio 16:9 (1:1:66)
Running Time 261’

Bonus Features:
Motion Studies (1880-1980), Directed by Gábor Bódy (1980) 18’ 
The Conversation of Gábor Bódy and Walter Gramming, Directed by Zoltán Bonta (1985) 38’ 

Published and distributed by Hungarian National Film Fund - Film Archive, 2017

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