Fabri Film Club presents "The Unburied Man (A temetetlen halott)" film screening at Hungarian Centre.
The life of Imre Nagy is one of the definitive stories of 20th century history. He was the first communist leader to become the symbol of a national revolution, a prime minister, a denouncer of the Warsaw Pact, and an advocate of multiparty democracy. The film makes an attempt to throw light on the life of the martyr prime minister from a different angle, and to present his story through a subjective point of view, starting from the events of 1956, going on to his execution and finally the events subsequent to his story until today.
Directed by : Márta Mészáros
Duration : 127 minutes
Year : 2004
Entry : Free (Seating on First-Come First-Served basis)