Lily Lane

Berlinale 2016
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Lily Lane

A Film by Bence Fliegauf

2016 - Hungary - Drama/Fantasy - 2.39 DCP - 91 min.

Language: Hungarian
Produced by András Muhi & Bence Fliegauf

When Rebeka and her young son, Danny, are together, they throw themselves into a world of stories and secrets. After the death of her mother, Rebeka decides to track down her estranged father. She takes Danny to places she knew as a child, inventing stories as a way of relating her dark recollections of childhood to him. While her memories start turning into demons, Rebeka and Danny carry on their dreamy journey regardless.

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