Sundance 2022
World Dramatic Competition


A Film by László Csuja & Anna Nemes

2022 - Germany/Hungary - Drama - 2.39

with Eszter Csonka , György Turós & Csaba Krisztik

Language: Hungarian
Produced by András Muhi

Edina, a female bodybuilder is ready to sacrifice everything for the dream she shares with her life partner and trainer Adam: to win the world championship. The expensive steroids and supplements, force Edina to take a side gig as an escort. New ways of desire and the odd love she finds on her way, make her see the difference between her dreams and her true self.

Sundance 2022
World Dramatic Competition
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