White Plastic Sky

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White Plastic Sky

A Film by Tibor Bánóczki & Sarolta Szabó

2023 - Hungary/Slovakia - Animation/Sci-Fi - 2.39:1 - 111 min.

with Tamás Keresztes & Zsófia Szamosi

Language: Hungarian
Produced by Orsolya Sipos , József Fülöp & Juraj Krasnohorsky

2123. Faced with diminishing resources, the human race can only survive through a trade-off: at the age of 50, every citizen is gradually turned into a tree. When Stefan discovers that his beloved wife Nora has voluntarily signed up for donating her own body before her time, he sets out on an adventurous journey to save her at all costs.

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