Eszter, her husband Farkas, and their five-year-old son Bruno are paid an unexpected visit in the middle of the night. Eszter’s sister Ernella, her husband Albert and daughter Laura have returned from a year spent in Scotland where,
contrary to expectations, they weren’t able to settle down. It soon becomes clear that the two families had never really been in tune with one another.
Hungary/ Fic/ 2016/ 81 min
Director: Szabolcs Hajdu
Producer: Daniel HERNER, Gábor FERENCZY, András MUHI, Zsófia MUHI
Scriptwriter: Szabolcs Hajdu
Director of photography: Csaba Bántó, Flóra Chilton, Dávid Gajdics, Betti Hejüsz, Márton Kisteleki, Ákos K. Kovács, Péter Miskolczi, Péter Pásztor, Tamás Simon, Márk Szalai, Gábor Szilágyi, Gergely Tímár, Levente Tóth
Editor: Szilvia Papp
Music: Bálint Zándoki
Cast: Szabolcs HAJDU, Orsolya TÖRÖK-ILLYÉS, Erika TANKÓ, Domokos SZABÓ, Lujza HAJDU, Zsigmond HAJDU
Szabolcs Hajdu is a Hungarian screenwriter, actor, film and theatre director and teacher. Since 2000 he has made 7 feature films. Most of them were premiered and awarded at the biggest international festivals, such as Cannes, Berlin, Toronto and Karlovy Vary. Both WHITE PALMS and BIBLIOTHEQUE PASCAL were selected as the Hungarian entry for the Academy Awards in 2010 and 2011. His latest work, IT'S NOT THE TIME OF MY LIFE (2016) was premiered at Karlovy Vary International Film Festival, and won the Crystal Globe Award for Best Film and Best Actor.