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Overview

The film tells the story of two women, one runs a boardinghouse for girls and the other is a young married woman who is fleeing her passionate marriage with an uncontrollable alcoholic. After their meeting their relationship grows into a friendship and each of them has to evaluate their life and relationships with others.

  1. Márta Mészáros

    Director, Writer

  2. Ildikó Kórody

    Writer

  3. József Balázs

    Writer

  4. Géza Bereményi

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Marina Vlady

    Marina Vlady

    Mária

  2. Lili Monori

    Lili Monori

    Juli

  3. Jan Nowicki

    Jan Nowicki

    Bodnár János

  4. Czinkóczi Zsuzsa

    Czinkóczi Zsuzsa

    Bodnár Zsuzsi

  5. Judit Meszléry

    Berekné

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The Two of Them

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Original Title Ök ketten

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 5, 1977
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Original Language Hungarian

Runtime 1h 40m

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