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by Barnabás Tóth


Tibor, an excentric, hedonistic gynecologist father raises alone his 19-old-son, Dani. Tibor’s egoistic, vain, success-centered character sharply opposes to Dani’s shy and romantic behaviour searching for love instead of plain sex. Tibor is constantly trying to shape his son to his taste, pushing him to escape to France visiting his musician uncle. In consquence to the different adventures and challenges he is facing abroad, Dani returns as a different, stronger personality. The changes he’s been through would mark his relation to his father for good.

international title: Camembert Rose
original title: Rózsaszín sajt (The Shark in Me)
country: Hungary
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Barnabás Tóth
film run: 93'
screenplay: Barnabás Tóth, Frank Rizzo, Dániel Hamvas
cast: Zoltán Bezerédi, Barnabás Tóth, Derréal Douceline, Levente Molnár, Tímea Erdélyi
cinematography by: Przemyslaw Niczyporuk
film editing: Réka Lemhényi
art director: László Berta
music: Laszlo Pirisi
producer: Jenõ Hábermann
production: Filmart Filmstudio
backing: Concorde Film Trust
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