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Jancso emphasizes highly evocative and ambiguous imagery over dialog or exposition. Here he seems primarily interested in showing the painful, stunted lives of Hungary's intellectuals, who are shown as remaining silent and ineffectual during various political crises. There are several action sequences involving chases and shootouts, but since there's no clear narrative we're not sure how they relate to each other or to anything else. The film is, however, visually fascinating, with shots of police cars, horses, and naked bodies juxtaposed and extensive use of multiple video imagery.

  1. Miklós Jancsó


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  1. Juli Básti

    Juli Básti


  2. György Cserhalmi

    György Cserhalmi

    Jozef K.

  3. Ildikó Bánsági

    Ildikó Bánsági


  4. Dorottya Udvaros

    Dorottya Udvaros


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Jesus Christ's Horoscope


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Original Title Jézus Krisztus horoszkópja

Status Released

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  • October 12, 1989


Original Language English

Runtime 1h 30m

Budget -

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