A “recycled” montage film, compiled from clips of 400 movies, Final Cut is an experimental tour through cinema.
György Pálfi was born in 1974 in Budapest. He started shooting experimental Super 8 movies in 1987 and began making a name for himself while still in school at Budapest’s Theater and Film Academy (1995–2002) where he studied direction. He drew international attention with his writer-director feature debut Hukkle, honored with a European Film Award for Discovery of the Year, and at festivals in Sochi, Cottbus, and Budapest. His second feature, Taxidermia, quickly became known for its kinkiness and violence. Taxidermia received the best director award at the 2006 Transylvania International Film Festival and four prizes at Hungarian Film Week – for best film, best supporting actor, best supporting actress and the critics award. He often writes the scripts for his films and even occasionally acts. —seefilmla.org
I never stopped smiling. This was dazzling. Anyone who has ever seen a film, and everyone on this site especially should see and seek out this movie.
Absolutely wonderful for any cinefile. You recognise scenes, some completely out of context and even if the main story might be very cliché, it's still pretty hilarious and beautiful to see this perfect compilation of movies and their soundtracks.