Ten Thousand Days (1967)

06/08/1967 (HU) Drama 1h 50m
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The changing and turbulent history of Hungary is seen through the eyes of three men over a 30-year period in this somber drama. The three recall the highlights of their lives in flashbacks as they reminisce in the mid 1960s. The venerable trio begin their story in the 1930s, through World War II, and the decade beyond the communist invasion of 1956.

  1. Ferenc Kósa

    Director, Writer

  2. Imre Gyöngyössy


  3. Sándor Csóori


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  1. Tibor Molnár

    Tibor Molnár

    Széles István

  2. Gyöngyi Bürös


  3. János Koltai

    János Koltai

    Fülöp Bánó

  4. János Rajz

    János Rajz


  5. János Görbe

    János Görbe

    Bócza József

  6. Sándor Siménfalvy

    Sándor bácsi

  7. Anna Nagy

    Mihály felesége

  8. László Nyers

    Csere Mihály

  9. Péter Haumann

    Péter Haumann


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Ten Thousand Days

Original Title Tízezer nap

Status Released

Original Language Hungarian

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