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BLOSSOM VALLEY

by László Csuja

synopsis

Who are the real crazies in an unhinged world? An ironic, punkily brash road movie about young lovers on the run, interwoven with poetic and realistic images. Psychotic Bianka kidnaps a child and dupes the trusting Laci into thinking that it’s his. Together they form an instant family who set off in a caravan, fleeing the law and a bunch of crooks.

international title: Blossom Valley
original title: Virágvölgy
country: Hungary
sales agent: Hungarian National Film Fund
year: 2018
genre: fiction
directed by: László Csuja
film run: 83'
screenplay: László Csuja, Nagy V. Gergö
cast: Tomi Kosynus, Berényi Bianka, Réti László
cinematography by: Gergely Vass
film editing: Attila Csabai
art director: Anna Nyitrai
costumes designer: Klára Kalicz-Mészáros
producer: Gábor Ferenczy, András Muhi
executive producer: András Pires Muhi, András Ernõ Tóth
line producer: Ágnes Berecz M.
production: FocusFox Studio