O.V in Hungarian, English, French, German and Polish subtitled in English and Spanish
Nothing like Paris, the city of love, as the setting for a breakup. From there Tamás, at 33, is thrown back into his parents' house in Budapest, depressed, wondering what could have gone wrong. In this unfortunate state he begins a re-examination of his eternal search for the ideal love: at 7, 14 and 17 years old, from the love for polo to assembling a grunge band. A fantasy dramedy with pop ramifications, winner of the Jury and Audience Awards in Turin, box office success in its country, Hungary.
Direction: Gábor Reisz
Script: Gábor Reisz
Cinematography: Kristóf Becsey, Dániel Bálint
Editing: Zsófia Tálas
Music: András Kálmán, Gábor Reisz, András Koroknay, Lóránt Csorba
Sound: Péter Benjamin Lukács, Tamás Székely
Cast: Gábor Reisz, Donát Seres, Mátyás Prukner, Barnabás Prukner, Zsolt Kovács, Lili Monori, Katalin Takács
Production: Júlia Berkes, Estelle Robin You
Production Company: Proton Cinema,Les films du balibari
Born in 1980, Gábor Reisz began his studies in Physical Education at the University of Hungary before studying History and Film Theory at Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest in 2003. In 2006, he enrolled at the Budapest Theatre and Film Academy (SZFE) to focus on film and television direction. During his studies, he made several short films including The Reason for Denial, Honestly, 8, Nothing and Good, Somebody's Something and Peter. Some Inexplicable Reason, his first feature film, premiered at Karlovy Vary, and received several awards at festivals such as Torino and Sofia. Bad Poems, his latest film premiered at the Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival and won three awards in Turin, including the Special Jury Prize.