Hungarian Director announced his next film about a novel of the Cuban Alejo Carpentier
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- 10 / 25 / 2008
The motion picture will deal about the life of an old man, who is expected to die soon but he starts rejuvenating, he added.
Gödrös is visiting Havana to present his film "Glamour" (2000) at an exhibition of contemporary Hungarian cinema from October 23 to 29.
He said "Glamour" is about social and racial conflicts from the viewpoint of a child. It is youthful, poetic and dreamy.
The rest of the films to be screened in Havana deal about Hungary's history from the perspective of young moviemakers.
According to Manuel Herrera, director of the Cinematheque of Cuba, Hungarian cinema, as European cinema in general, stands out for its artistic and dramatic values, and for its excellent editing and photography.
The Embassy of the Republic of Hungary and the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC) are the sponsors of the exhibition.