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Somewhere in Europe

Two-disc edition with extraordinary bonus features and a booklet – black and white Hungarian drama, directed by Géza Radványi, 1947 – Extraordinary bonus features offered by the double disc: a 24-page publication and a feature-length portrait film recalling Géza Radványi’s whole career. – A look behind the scenes of re-mastering is provided – An interview with Ferenc Török, director of 1945, reveals why he regards it as one of the most significant Hungarian films.

1. The fully restaurated movie

At the end of World War II, orphaned and starving kids gang together strolling along the roads of Europe. They keep stealing and pillaging until, in a ruined castle, they encounter maestro Simon, an orchestra conductor. Under the wise old man’s patronage, they defend the castle against the village people set against them, and manage to eke out a place to live for the hosts of homeless children.

Produced by Mafirt, Radványi Produkció, Directed by Géza Radványi, Screenplay by Géza Radványi, Béla Balázs, Judit Fejér, Cast: Laci Horváth, Artúr Somlay, Miklós Gábor, Zsuzsa Bánki, György Bárdy, István Rozsos, Endre Harkányi, Director of Photography Barnabás Hegyi, Music by Dénes Buday, Sound by Gyula Rónay, Set Designer József Pán, Miklós Benda, Edited by Félix Máriássy, Production Manager: László Szirtes, Photo: Sándor Csépány

Nyelv: Hungarian
Audio: 2.0
Colour: Black and white
Subtitles: English
Format: 4:3 (1:1.33)
Running Time: 100'

2. Bonus Features
Stories about Hungarian Film 3: Géza Radványi, directed by: László Nádasy (1982) 
Abandoned Children, 1945, directed by Pál Kertész, (2017)
Ferenc Török about Somewhere in Europe (2017) 
Behind the scenes of restoring the film (2017)

Booklet

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

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