An unwelcome arrival forces a remote Hungarian town to reckon with its wartime sins, in this gripping, superbly crafted drama, screening to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.
With preparations underway for an uneasy wedding, tensions are already high when two sombre-looking strangers appear at the train station on a sweltering summer day. The locals eye them with suspicion and fear: are they Holocaust survivors here to reclaim ill-gotten gains, seek retribution, or expose complicity in wartime crimes?
In Hungarian and Russian with English subtitles.
Running time: 1h51, including ads and trailers.
Part of Screen Horizons – the best of independent and world cinema, classic films and documentaries.
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