Maria's Day (1984)

03/26/1984 (HU) HistoryDrama 1h 53m
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The Hungarian Maria's Day is set in that most fateful of years, 1848. The incredible changes and reverses in European politics and culture exert a potent influence on one aristocratic Hungarian family. Losing virtually everything in the way of creature comforts, the family tries to keep up appearances. Eventually every member of the clan falls victim to illness, syphilis and their own headstrong foolishness. The parallels drawn by director Judith Elek between the dissipation of 19th century Hungarian aristocracy and the corruption of Communist ideology in modern times are inescapable.

  1. Judit Elek

    Director

  2. Luca Karall

    Writer

  3. György Pethö

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Edit Handel

    Szendrey Júlia

  2. Éva Igó

    Éva Igó

    Szendrey Marika

  3. Sándor Szabó

    Sándor Szabó

    Szendrey Ignác

  4. Imre Csiszár

    Gyulai Pál

  5. Tamás Fodor

    Tamás Fodor

    Horváth Árpád

  6. Lajos Kovács

    Lajos Kovács

    Petõfi István

  7. Gábor Svidrony

    Kisárpád, Júlia fia

  8. György Rácz

    Attila, Júlia fia

  9. Kati Bulcsu

    Júlia lánya

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Maria's Day

Original Title Mária-nap

Status Released

Original Language Hungarian

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