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Máté Fazekas dévoile Eviction en work in progress

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- Le premier long du cinéaste, interprété par Ákos Orosz et Mari Nagy, sera présenté au Work in Progress de Connecting Cottbus. Une production Filmfabriq et FP Films vendue par le NFI World Sales

Máté Fazekas dévoile Eviction en work in progress
Ákos Orosz dans Eviction

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Shot last Summer, from 22 July to 14 August in Maglód, in the near suburb of Budapest, Eviction (Kilakoltatás), the first feature from Máté Fazekas, will participate in cocoWIP, the Work in Progress organised as part of Connecting Cottbus (which will take place online 4-6 November).

Headlining the film are Ákos Orosz (nominated for best supporting actor at the 2019 Hungarian Film Week for Eternal Winter [+lire aussi :
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, and who will soon be seen in Bulhorn Lullaby and at the Tallin Black Nights festival in Final Report [+lire aussi :
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) and Mari Nagy (recently recognised for her turns in Those Who Remained [+lire aussi :
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and Post Mortem [+lire aussi :
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). Also in the cast are Blanka Mészáros, Annamária Láng, István Znamenák, Kata Péter, András Pál, Géza Egger, Orsolya Török-Illyés, Bori Péterfy, Gergely Váradi and Zsolt Trill.

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Written by Fazekas, the script of this black comedy centres on the conflict between an ambitious judicial officer (Orosz) and an old woman in debt (Nagy) who is protecting her home. The story takes place in only one location, in front of the woman’s house, over one day, from the morning to the late afternoon. Due to the old lady’s strong resistance, more and more authorities have to get involved, creating an absurd chaos that is at the heart of the film and frames the narrative arc of the main character. Throughout that day, we will discover a judicial officer who seems efficient and professional, but who in reality is nothing but a young boy trying to show the world how tough he can be. However, by witnessing the drama of the old lady and her eviction, he will realise that he can no longer be an obedient little soldier for the system.

Produced by Gábor Osváth for Filmfabriq and by Péter Fülöp for FP Films, Eviction was co-produced by Judit Romwalter for Sparks. Supported by the incubator programme of the National Film Institute, the feature will be distributed in Hungarian cinemas in the second semester of 2021. International sales are handled by NFI World Sales.

As a reminder, Filmfabriq’s roster of films includes the recent On the Quiet [+lire aussi :
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by Zoltán Nagy (discovered last year at Tallin), Captives [+lire aussi :
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by Kristóf Deák, and the documentary Colors of Tobi [+lire aussi :
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by Alexa Bakony which won at the Docu Rough Cut Boutique last August (news). As for the company FP Films, it was noticed at the Biennale College Cinema of the 2018 Venice Film Festival with Deva [+lire aussi :
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by Petra Szöcs and last summer with Budapest Heist [+lire aussi :
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by Balázs Lóth.

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