FILMMiklós Jancsó, 1966, 90’
“Jancsó is a genius. Until him, Hungarian film was just a petit-bourgeois, kitschy, stupid industry. It didn't matter if somebody was able to do a little bit better, a little more artistically: the mentality of the filmmakers was always the same; they accepted the order.
FILMMiklós Jancsó, 1967, 90’
FILMMiklós Jancsó, 1971, 84’
Égi bárány, or Agnus Dei, deals with the period in Hungary's history immediately following the overthrow of the Bela Kun Commune in 1919.
FILMMiklós Jancsó, 1972, 87’
“Jancsó developed the mise en scène in his strenuously physical way, pacing the terrain back and forth in all directions to work out the movements of the performers and those of the camera.