On Body and Soul

On Body and Soul

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Director:Ildikó Enyedi
Cast:Morcsányi Géza, Alexandra Borbély, Zoltán Schneider
Premiere:5. October 2017
Length:116 minutes
Genre:Drama

Director: Ildikó Enyedi  •  Scenario: Ildikó Enyedi  •  Camera: Máté Herbai  •  Music: Adam Balazs  •  Haircut: Károly Szalai  •  Cast: Morcsányi Géza, Alexandra Borbély, Zoltán Schneider

After 18 long years, Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi returns to international cinema with On Body and Soul, the unconventional love story of two people, each with their own affliction: an aging financial director of an abattoir, and a young, withdrawn meat quality inspector. Shocked by the realization that they share the same dreams, both protagonists begin trying to fulfil them. This eccentric, tactile, yet detached romance, with elements of everyday drama and black comedy, suggestively thematizes the dualities of wakefulness and dreaming, animality and humanity, body and soul. Joining cold observation with unusual emotionality, the film taps a vein of distinctive visuality – from its precise, geometrically composed shots and inconspicuous mingling of lyricism and brutality to its symbolic use of colours and focused work with actors. With its use of allusion and metaphorical dreams to speak to many modern-day societal traumas, it could not be clearer why this of all films came away from this year’s Berlinale with the grand prize – the Golden Bear.

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Length: 116 min

Year: 2017
Local premiere date: 5. October 2017

Country of origin:

  • Hungary

Director: Ildikó Enyedi  •  Scenario: Ildikó Enyedi  •  Camera: Máté Herbai  •  Music: Adam Balazs  •  Haircut: Károly Szalai  •  Cast: Morcsányi Géza, Alexandra Borbély, Zoltán Schneider

After 18 long years, Hungarian director Ildikó Enyedi returns to international cinema with On Body and Soul, the unconventional love story of two people, each with their own affliction: an aging financial director of an abattoir, and a young, withdrawn meat quality inspector. Shocked by the realization that they share the same dreams, both protagonists begin trying to fulfil them. This eccentric, tactile, yet detached romance, with elements of everyday drama and black comedy, suggestively thematizes the dualities of wakefulness and dreaming, animality and humanity, body and soul. Joining cold observation with unusual emotionality, the film taps a vein of distinctive visuality – from its precise, geometrically composed shots and inconspicuous mingling of lyricism and brutality to its symbolic use of colours and focused work with actors. With its use of allusion and metaphorical dreams to speak to many modern-day societal traumas, it could not be clearer why this of all films came away from this year’s Berlinale with the grand prize – the Golden Bear.

Be2Can

Year: 2017
Local premiere date: 5. October 2017

Country of origin:

  • Hungary

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