The movie is the story of three young men growing up and their grandmothers' past – in the shape both of a real and a symbolic journey. As the boys wander around Europe, the grandmas – an English spy, a dancer of the nazi Germany and a Hungarian holocaust survivor – revive their experiences, we see an unfolding virtual journey into the history of the 20th century.
Bálint Révész’s fresh and funny documentary participated with success at the international film festivals and received the Hungarian film critique’s award for the best documentary.
“With the disappearing generation it is permitted to talk only in a free way without no limits, there is no more time for other.” Bálint Révész
(2017, 93 min) English with Hungarian subtitles
Screening followed by a discussion with György Gergely (Professor at the Cognitive Science Department).
Entrance is free of charge.
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