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Bence Fliegauf de retour avec Forest - I See You Everywhere

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- Le cinéaste hongrois va retrouver pour la 4e fois la Berlinale. Produit par Fraktál Film et M&M Film, son nouvel opus est vendu par Films Boutique

Bence Fliegauf de retour avec Forest - I See You Everywhere
Juli Jakab dans Forest - I See You Everywhere

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After scooping the Grand Jury Prize in Berlin 2012 courtesy of Just The Wind [+lire aussi :
critique
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interview : Bence Fliegauf
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]
, having appeared in the German festival’s Forum section with Forest in 2003 when he was taking his first steps in film, and later with his more recent opus Lily Lane [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
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]
in 2016, Bence Fliegauf is set to battle it out for the Golden Bear for the second time in his career by way of Forest - I See You Everywhere [+lire aussi :
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, which is scheduled to enjoy its world premiere in the 71st Berlinale’s Industry Event (running 1 – 5 March).

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This is the 7th full-length film offered up by the Hungarian director whose body of work includes the multi-award-winning work from 2004 Dealer, the experimental flick Milky Way (which triumphed in Locarno’s Filmmakers of the Present line-up in 2007) and the English language movie Womb [+lire aussi :
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(in competition in Locarno in 2010).

Kept under close wraps for the time being, the story unfolding within Forest - I See You Everywhere (which was written by Bence Fliegauf himself) takes place "within the feverish labyrinth of everyday life and relationships, featuring characters who are trying to get to the bottom of what is arguably the biggest secret of their lives: the other."

Standing tall among the cast are Eliza Sodró (crowned Best Actress during Hungarian Film Week 2020 thanks to Captives [+lire aussi :
bande-annonce
fiche film
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), Terence Gábor Gelencsér, Felícián Keresztes (Dealer), Eszter Balla (revealed in Kontroll [+lire aussi :
bande-annonce
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and recently glimpsed in Those Who Remained [+lire aussi :
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), János Fliegauf (the director’s son), Péter Fancsikai (Mansfeld, As Far as I Know [+lire aussi :
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bande-annonce
fiche film
]
), musician Mihály Víg (who has made a few appearances on screen but is mostly known for composing the music on Béla Tarr’s films), Ági Gubík (Panic, Liza, The Fox Fairy [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : Karoly Ujj Mészáros
fiche film
]
), Natasa Kovalik, Zoltán Pintér, Juli Jakab (who played the lead in Sunset [+lire aussi :
critique
bande-annonce
interview : László Nemes
fiche film
]
), László Cziffer, Zsolt Végh, Lilla Kizlinger, the soon-to-be centenarian István Lénárt (notably seen of late in Womb and Zero [+lire aussi :
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) and Laura Podlovics.

Produced by Erno Mesterházy, Bence Fliegauf and Mónika Mécs on behalf of Fraktál Film and M&M Film, Forest - I See You Everywhere is co-produced by Ági Pataki and Gábor Kovacs for FilmPartners. The movie’s photography comes courtesy of Mátyás Gyuricza and Ákos Nyoszoli, whilst international sales are steered by Films Boutique (the German arm of French group Playtime).

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