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People Of The Mountains 
 

(DVD - Code 2: Englandimport)
(England-Import)
 

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Lieferstatus: 
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 VÖ : 
29.08.2016
EAN-Code: 
5060114151086 
Laufzeit: 
92 min.
FSK/Rating: 
15 
Genre: 
 
Bildformat: 
Standard 1.33:1 (4:3)INFO )  
Sprachen: 
Ungarisch 
Untertitel: 
English 
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Inhalt:
Arguably the most gifted Hungarian filmmaker of his generation, István Sz ts has been compared by critics to Ford, Vigo and Renoir. His forgotten masterpiece, PeopIe of the Mountains, is the story of a woodcutter and his famiIy who Iive high in mountains of TransyIvania. Forced out of their home, they are enticed into working for the very company that ejected them, only for their Iives to begin to unraveI one tragic misfortune after another.

Shot almost entirely on location (in the harshest conditions imaginabIe), using mostIy non-professional actors, a devotion to reaIism and the details of daiIy Iife, and an indictment of the prevailing conditions, this was a groundbreaking film. Sz ts auspicious debut was, however, refused a distribution license by Nazi minister for Propaganda, Joseph GoebbeIs and condemned as 'Communist propaganda'. ln spite of this, the fiIm went onto to win a major prize at the 1942 Venice Film FestivaI and later cited as an early model for the post-war Italian NeoreaIism movement, praised by Vittorio De Sica and Cesare Zavattini among others. A powerful, elemental vision suffused with poetic Iyricism and a romantic anti-capitalist zeaI, People of the Mountains is the jeweI of Hungarian cinema of the period.

SPEClAL FEATURES

People of the Mountains (1942) - presented from a brand new 2K digital restoration of the film from originaI nitrate image and sound negatives, supervised by the Hungarian NationaI DigitaI Archive. Original Hungarian soundtrack in mono audio. New and improved English subtitle translation. Booklet featuring a new essay by author and Hungarian cinema expert John Cunningham
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