Silence and Cry (Csend és kiáltás) - DVD

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Silence and Cry (Csend és kiáltás) - DVD

Jancsó Miklós

An elliptical, claustrophobic drama shot in the brilliant, breathtaking long takes that are Jancsó’s trademark, Silence and Cry is set after the fall of the short-lived Hungarian Soviet Republic of 1919. A young soldier, fleeing the anti-Communist manhunt, takes refuge at the isolated farm of a peasant family, who are already under police scrutiny.

The final part of an epic unofficial trilogy, following The Round-Up and The Red and the White, the film explores the cruel mechanics of oppression and resistance within the family, and how they echo the political turmoil that rages outside. The brutal beauty of Silence and Cry reveals the terrible impact of tyrannical power, politics and history. Available on both Blu-Ray and DVD formats, Silence and Cry is presented from the brand new HD transfer of the film by the Hungarian Digital Archive and Film Institute, supervised by the film’s cinematographer János Kende, with special features including Jancsó’s renowned but rarely-seen documentary 'Jelenlét' trilogy of short films, and a booklet featuring an essay by film historian Tony Rayns.

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Vydavateľ Second Run DVD
Dĺžka filmu 1 hod. 14 min.
Rok výroby 1965
Zvuk Maďarčina
Titulky Angličtina
Formát DVD
EAN 5060114151246
Adresa titulu https://www.artforum.sk/katalog/116366/silence-and-cry-csend-es-kialtas-dvd
The final part of an epic unofficial trilogy, following The Round-Up and The Red and the White, the film explores the cruel mechanics of oppression and resistance within the family, and how they echo the political turmoil that rages outside. The brutal beauty of Silence and Cry reveals the terrible impact of tyrannical power, politics and history. Available on both Blu-Ray and DVD formats, Silence and Cry is presented from the brand new HD transfer of the film by the Hungarian Digital Archive and Film Institute, supervised by the film’s cinematographer János Kende, with special features including Jancsó’s renowned but rarely-seen documentary 'Jelenlét' trilogy of short films, and a booklet featuring an essay by film historian Tony Rayns.

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