Bizalom / Confidence (1980) DVD9
In Budapest during the final summer of World War II, married couple Janos and Kata aren't quite what they seem. In fact, they've only recently met and are both different kinds of members of the resistance, now forced underground and living as spouses to avoid discovery. Meanwhile their real families are disconnected, and as the oppressiveness and paranoia of their existence mounts, they find themselves torn between their shaky, deceptive circumstances of their lives and the need to find some kind of permanence with or without their loved ones.
Isolated together mostly in the confines of their single room, Kata and Janos are drawn into a love affair built partly upon confessions about their real lives and shared escapist fantasies. Their happiness is short-lived, however, as the increasing Nazi presence and contacts with their spouses create more distrust and jealousy.

DVD9 | PAL 16:9 | 01:41:14 | 7.44 Gb + 3% rec
Language: Hungarian
Subtitles: English
Genre: Drama

Director: Istvan Szabo
Cast: Ildiko Bansagi, Peter Andorai, Mrs. Oszkar Gombik, Karoly Csaki
Country: Hungary

• Interview with director Istvan Szabo

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