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Hungarian filmevening: Postcards from Hungary

23 March 2011

The Hungarian Studies at Finno-Ugric Department starts a series to introduce present Hungarian cultural life to wider public in Groningen.

On 23rd of March we show the Hungarian film Sex and Nothing Else (2004), one of the most successful movies that was appreciated by film critics as well as the public . (English subtitles)

The film shows us the inner circle of a theater in Budapest and follows the love story of the staged drama as it is somehow interwoven with the love stories of the actors and actresses. The comedy gives us an impression of the vivid artistic life in contemporary Budapest and raises such issues as: Can we gamble with our feelings? Can we play with „serious” life matters such as love, carrier and honesty?

Enjoy the movie in the cozy atmosphere of Cafe Van Diepen



: at 7.00 pm on Wednesday March 23rd 2011

After short introduction we start showing the film at 7.30 pm

Place : Cafe Van Diepen , Gelkingestraat 40 Groningen
Entrance : free


Have a drink and have a film with us!

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