Satantango

(1994)

Overview

Inhabitants of a small village in Hungary deal with the effects of the fall of Communism. The town's source of revenue, a factory, has closed, and the locals, who include a doctor and three couples, await a cash payment offered in the wake of the shuttering. Irimias, a villager thought to be dead, returns and, unbeknownst to the locals, is a police informant. In a scheme, he persuades the villagers to form a commune with him.

  1. Béla Tarr

    Director, Screenplay

  2. László Krasznahorkai

    Novel, Screenplay

  3. Barna Mihók

    Story

  4. Mihály Víg

    Story

  5. Péter Dobai

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Mihály Víg

    Irimiás

  2. Putyi Horváth

    Putyi Horváth

    Petrina

  3. Miklós B. Székely

    Miklós B. Székely

    Futaki

  4. Erika Bók

    Erika Bók

    Estike

  5. László feLugossy

    László feLugossy

    Schmidt

Full Cast & Crew

Satantango
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Facts

Original Title Sátántangó

Status Released

Release Information

  • October 9, 1994
    Theatrical

    Meaning

Original Language Hungarian

Runtime 7h 12m

Budget $1,500,000.00

Revenue -

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