It's Not the Time of My Life


Uptown Theatre Sun, Apr 16, 2017 9:50 PM
The Main 3 Wed, Apr 19, 2017 2:40 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$13.00
$6.00 Earlybird
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:World Cinema
Tags:Family Drama
Comedy Drama
Culture & Society
Voice Category:Laugh Out Loud
Release Year:2016
Runtime:81 min
Festivals & Awards:Crystal Globe Award & Best Actor - Karlovy Vary International Film Festival
Audience Award - Cinefest Miskolc
Best Direction - Filmfestival Cottbus
Best Feature Film & Best Editing - International Bosphorus Film Festival
Print Source:Filmworks
Director:Szabolcs Hajdu
Producer:Daniel Herner
Gábor Ferenczy
András Muhi
Zsófia Muhi
Cinematographer:Csaba Bántó
Flóra Chilton
Dávid Gajdics
Betti Hejüsz
Márton Kisteleki
Ákos K. Kovács
Péter Miskolczi
Péter Pásztor
Tamás Simon
Márk Szalai
Gábor Szilágyi
Gergely Tímár
Levente Tóth
Screenwriter:Szabolcs Hajdu
Editor:Szilvia Papp
Principal Cast:Szabolcs Hajdu
Orsolya Török-Illyés
Erika Tankó
Domokos Szabó
Lujza Hajdu
Zsigmond Hajdu
Filmography:Tamara ('04)
White Palms ('06)
Bibliothèque Pascal ('10)
Mirage ('14)
Ther Gambler ('15)


Husband and wife Farkas and Eszter constantly bicker about the best way to parent their hyper-active, five-year-old son. He accuses her of being too permissive; she feels that he isn’t very involved. Just as Eszter bitterly wonders aloud, “why are we still together?” a knock at the door interrupts… An unexpected visit for an indefinite amount of time from Eszter’s sister—with her husband and daughter in tow—throws their already chaotic household into turmoil.

In his seventh feature, versatile Hungarian filmmaker Szabolcs Hajdu (who also plays Farkas) orchestrates a fresh and funny chamber piece about midlife marital crises that strikes a universal chord.

Director’s Biography

Szabolcs Hajdu: Szabolcs Hajdu (b. 1972, Debrecen, Hungary), is a film and stage director, screenwriter and actor. He also teaches acting and film directing. His filmography includes Sticky Matters ('00), Tamara ('04), White Palms ('07), Biblotheque Pascal ('10), Mirage ('14) and The Gambler ('15).

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