One Day

Cannes 2018
Critics' Week Competition
FIPRESCI AWARD
Cannes 2018

One Day

A Film by Zsofia Szilagyi

2018 - Hungary - Drama - 2.39 - 99 min.

with Zsófia Szamosi & Leo Füredi

Language: Hungarian
Produced by Agi Pataki & Edina Kenesei

Anna is 40. She is always in a rush. She has three children, a husband, a job and financial stress. Anna meets deadlines, makes promises, takes care of things, brings stuff home and remembers everything. But she never catches up with her husband. She’d like to talk to him. She feels she is losing him. And she feels she can’t always evade what comes next. A clash between the everyday, the unbearably monotonous and the fragile and unique.

Cannes 2018
Critics' Week Competition
FIPRESCI AWARD
Cannes 2018

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