A riveting drama about fear and guilt that is sure to send a shiver up your spine.
On a steamy day in August, 1945, the people of a Hungarian village are preparing a celebration for the son of a local clerk. Meanwhile, two strangers with mysterious trunks arrive at the train station. Some villagers fear they could be the relatives of deported Jews who have come to claim property plundered in the war, while others worry the strangers want possessions the locals have divided amongst themselves returned to them… A powerful, award winning drama with as much to say today as ever before, it is sure to send a shiver up your spine.
Awards: Jerusalem IFF 2017: Best Feature. Miami Jewish FF 2017: Audience Award. Budapest Titanic IFF 2017: Audience Award. Washington Jewish FF 2017: Best Narrative Fiction. Berlin Jewish FF 2017: Best Director. And other prizes.
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