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51st Directors’ Fortnight May 15-25, 2019

Megall Az Ido

Fortnight 1982, Feature film,

Synopsis

TIME STANDS STILL is an historic film about Hungary during the sixties. I tried to describe those years in the same way as I lived them. First of all, I wanted to show the dynamic force that characterized the most insignificant relationships, and the historic and social context in wich we lived them. The basis of my outlook on that period is my age, which is the same as the system in which I live. Peter GOTHAR

Director

Peter Gothar

He was born in Pecs. He was assistant director for TV and entered the High theater and cinema school. He started a carreer in Hungarian TV, making single films, documentaries and films for kids. In 1979, he directed his first feature film, awarded in Venice. Le temps suspendu was shown at The Directors’ Fortnight and awarded in Tokyo. He is head of Kaspovar theater company; he directed many plays of Kleist, Pinter, Shakespeare, Brecht, Dürrenmatt and Gogol.

Title in Original Version : Le Temps Suspendu

Awards

Prix de la jeunesse film étranger