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Budapest Hungarian Film Week
Best Music: Zygmunt Konieczny
(1990, feature, colour, 94 min.)
Director of photography:
Hunnia Film Studio
Tamás and Árpi leave for Poland after graduateing from high-school in Summer of 1982, longing for the Great Adventure. Árpi takes Móni, his waitress girlfriend, too. Tamás has a bed feeling at the railway station in Warsawa, yet they travel on to Gdansk, what is more, to the seaside. From ther - shocked by what they have seen - they would flee to Sweden by boat, but they are captured. They pass through all the unbelievable hells of Polish prisons. With the self-sacrificing help of Móni they get back home at last, but Móni stays abroad, because she has found a partner and a goal for her life. Tamás, who is entirely confused be the events he survived, is shot by a policemen at Ferihegy airport.