Hier

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    Hier

    Tegnap

    Directed by

    Hungary, Germany, France, Netherlands, Morocco, Sweden

    2018

    119 min

    • French
    • English
    • Arabic

    Drama

    50-year-old Victor Ganz owns a thriving civil engineering company that operates worldwide. But when some very costly problems on a site force him to go to Morocco, he is confronted with memories from his youth, that he had so far managed to bury. Between his meetings in ministries, the reappearance of a lost love who had mysteriously disappeared and an investigation into the local underground, Victor Ganz plunges into a labyrinthine world where present and past intertwine.

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    Credits

    Cast
    Vlad Ivanov
    Feodor Atkine
    Mohamed Rabiaa
    Abdelhamid Ait Abbou Ali
    Milhoudia Nassih
    Toulou Kiki
    Johanna ter Steege
    Issaka Sawadogo
    Jacques Weber
    Jo Prestia
    Rainer Kühn
    Djemel Barek
    Nadia Niazi
    Amine Ennaji
    Salah Bensalah
    Gamil Ratib
    Oussama Oussous
    Screenplay
    Bálint Kenyeres
    Matthieu Taponier
    Tamás Beregi
    Eva Zabezsinszkij
    Andras Forgach
    Cinematography
    Adam Fillenz
    Editing
    Vanda Aranyi
    Sales
    HUNGARIAN NATIONAL FILM FUND
    Production
    MIRAGE FILM
    Production
    ONE TWO FILMS
    Production
    LES FILMS DE L’APRES-MIDI
    Production
    FILM I VAST
    Balint Kenyeres

    Balint Kenyeres

    Hungary

    Bálint Kenyeres was born in Budapest (1976). After studying Philosophy, Film History and Film Theory, he graduated in directing at the Budapest Film and Theatre Academy in 2006. Since then he is a member of the European Film Academy. His short film CLOSING TIME (ZARAS) premiered at the Venice Film Festival and got selected for more than 30 other film festivals, won a dozen awards. His previous short BEFORE DAWN was in Competition at the Cannes Film Festival 2005, won a Jury Prize at Sundance Film Festival and got the European Film Academy Prix UIP for Best European Short in 2006. It was selected at 140 festivals, won 30 awards. His latest short THE HISTORY OF AVIATION premiered at Directors’ Fortnight in 2009 and has been selected for 50 film festivals since then.

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