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Directed by Ferenc Török

Hungary 2016 91 mins. In Hungarian

When two Orthodox Jews arrive at the train station of a small, rural community in 1945, the villagers must face the consequences of “ill-gotten gains” from the Second World War. Fears that the men may be heirs of the village’s deported Jews and that more survivors will come pose a threat to the property and possessions they have claimed as their own. Based on the acclaimed short story “Homecoming” by Gábor T. Szánt.



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