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Women Around The Swing  //  Nők a hinta körül (Orig.)

DIR: Fecső Zoltán
2007 / Hungary / 60 min

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János lives with his two little children left from his previous marriage, on a farm in Székelyföld, Transylvania. He’s turned 50, his wife is dead, he’s looking for a second wife. The 21 year old Ildikó, once a worker, becomes his partner. The young woman arrived to work on the farm already pregnant. But she is not the only one trying to turn Janos’s head. Self nominated „wife and mother-wanna-bees” walk in and out of the farm.

 

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Director Fecső Zoltán
Screenplay Fecső Zoltán
Dir. of Photography Bálint Arthur
Editing Simó Csaba
Music
Sound
Duration 60 min
Year 2007
Country Hungary
Colour
Tags observational, relationships, rural society, social issues
Production Duna Workshop
Duna Workshop
Address:  Mészáros u 48.
City:  1016 Budapest
Country:  Hungary
Web:  www.dunaworkshop.hu/
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Phone:  +3614891398
Fax:  +3614891661

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