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    Banned Music

    In a Communist country in the 1950s listening to music is banned. One man braves to confront the police when dobbed in for listening music in his home – but eventually his bravery is crushed and he is dragged into a police car cuffed, his gramophone record as well as his bones broken. However, he finds inspiration from an unlikely source: he hears the powerful tune of the opera aria Nessun Dorma in his head and his spirit turns defeat into victory.

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    RUSH – short film

    Roach is an undercover policeman who has infiltrated a gang for years. He falls in love with the crime boss’s girlfriend. He’s plan is to double cross both the crime boss and the police, take the money and escape with the girl. But there’s only one thing is more difficult than getting in the club: getting out.

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    Choice – 3D short film

    An epic fiction about the women’s decision process. They know the secret: „You always have a choice. Even if the decision has been made.”
    SYSPLEX Film and SPARKS proudly presents Choice, the first Hungarian 3D short movie which was shot with professional industrial stereoscopic instruments.

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    Split Perfect

    Short film. Two couples split up the very same night, in the very same bar, to the film noir mood set by the smooth jazz. Adam leaves the woman of his life, while Eve leaves the man of her life and they both cite the same reasons. Word for word.

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    Icing Sugar

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    Osama – book trailer

    “The author of Osama is young, ambitious, skilled and original. Osama is an ingenious inversion of modern history: Osama bin Laden is the central character in a string of pulp novels allegedly written by one Mike Longschott. The terrorist crimes exist, in this novel, in a different realm…excellent, evocative and atmospheric.” – Award-winning novelist and author of The Prestige Christopher Priest

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    Blood and High Heels

    The movie presents the first three workdays of a secretary during the ongoing economic crisis. Rose Red gets a new job and a nasty boss. Her boss proudly proclaims his idea that women are responsible for every economic crisis the world has seen, due to their mass presence in the labor market. They supersede men (Robert Merle’s utopia). The boss of the company, who himself is a subordinate, demands more and more from the girl. He even allows himself to be way too personal and harassing, so the fragile secretary turns into a raging peril. The result is a broken laptop and a dead body. The film shows a grotesque image of the vanishing yuppie generation and the secretary as a post or profession. All we have today are bosses, personal assistants and receptionists. The movie is about an urban legend of our fast-paced world, with lots of humor and quotes on society.