Those Who Remained

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Showings

Digital Screening Room Fri, May 15
Ticket Prices
General Public:$10.00
Members:$5.00
Film Info
Programs:World Cinema
Tags:Drama
Oscar Submission
Historical Drama
Relationship
Jewish
Adaptation
Literature
Release Year:2019
Runtime:83 min
Country/Region:Hungary
Festivals & Awards:Oscar Submission-Hungary
Atlanta Jewish Film Festival - Narrative Jury Prize
Anchorage International Film Festival - Grand Prize Best Narrative Feature
Language:Hungarian
Website:Official Website
Print Source:Menemsha
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KF2K_rLZSjw
Cast/Crew
Director:Barnabás Tóth
Producer:Mónika Mécs
Cinematographer:Gábor Marosi
Screenwriter:Barnabás Tóth
Klára Muhi (script)
Zsuzsa F. Várkonyi (novel)
Editor:Ágnes Mógor
Composer:László Pirisi
Principal Cast:Károly Hajduk
Abigél Szoke
Mari Nagy
Katalin Simkó
Barnabás Horkay
Filmography:Camembert Rose (2009)

Description

Available to Watch May 15 at 11:00 AM - May 23 11:59 PM | Access to MSPIFF39 Redefined is geo-restricted to viewers in Minnesota and a MN billing address is required to purchase a ticket.

From the production company behind the Oscar-nominated On Body And Soul comes this tender, delicate story of the healing power of love in the midst of conflict, loss and unimaginable trauma.

In post-war Budapest, 16-year-old Holocaust survivor Klára still clings to the belief, against all evidence, that her parents will return. When she meets Aladár, a 42-year-old doctor who lost his wife and children in the death camps, she finds someone to live for, and she, in turn, brings newfound meaning to his life. But as the Communist Party and the Soviets take power in Hungary and a new kind of terror takes over, will they be able to continue their loving and pure father-daughter relationship? Commenting on the film’s world premiere in Telluride, The Wall Street Journal critic Joe Morgenstern noted “I do love it when, to cite the modest yet magical case of Those Who Remained, whole lives, including ours, can be changed in less than an hour and a half.” (Alissa Simon)

Director Biography

Barnabás Tóth

Barnabás Tóth was born in Strasbourg, France in 1977 and moved back to his family’s native Hungary as a child. He is a graduate of Budapest’s renowned Film and TV Academy. He has directed numerous short films and television episodes. Camembert Rose (2009) was his debut feature.


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