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Hungarian films for Slovak viewers

A THREE-DAY festival of Hungarian cinematography in the Slovak capital will introduce the best of the Budapest International Film Festival 2003.
From November 3 to 5, the festival will screen two movies a day, at 17:30 and 20:00, at Bratislava's Mladosť Cinema at 17 Hviezdoslavov Square. The films will be shown in their original versions, with simultaneous translation into Slovak.

A THREE-DAY festival of Hungarian cinematography in the Slovak capital will introduce the best of the Budapest International Film Festival 2003.

From November 3 to 5, the festival will screen two movies a day, at 17:30 and 20:00, at Bratislava's Mladosť Cinema at 17 Hviezdoslavov Square. The films will be shown in their original versions, with simultaneous translation into Slovak.

Starting Monday, November 3 at 17:30, and in the order of screening, the event will feature Week in Pest and Buda by Károly Makk; Bingo! by Sándor Kardos and Szabó Illés; Rózs's Songs by Andor Szilágyi; Wake Up, Friend, Don't Sleep by Miklós Jancsó; Bánk Bán by Csaba Káel; and Vagabond by György Szomjas.

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