Sabtu, 02 April 2011
Miklós Jancsó - A Harangok Rómába mentek AKA The Bells Have Gone to Rome (1958)
First feature film from Hungarian director Miklos Jancso, The Bells Have Gone to Rome (1958) tells a story about a group of secondary school students during the last days of the War.
Anyway, I assume it may be of interest only to collectors of his ouevre since it has nothing to do with his style known from films like My Way Home, The Round Up, Silence and Cry or The Red Psalm.
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