The cinematographer famous for his dramatic photography launched himself in Hungary alongside Sándor Korda, but his career really took off abroad. He worked as a close colleague of Danish director Carl Theodor Dreyer before becoming one of the most influential cinematographers in Hollywood. Here, he was involved in many genres although his strong individualistic style particularly suited film noir.
It Started with Eve
Black and white American melodrama, 1941, dir: Henry Koster, Language: English, Subtitles: Hungarian, 90’ (26.09.15.00 Toldi Cinema Main Hall)