Stream truly great cinema.
YEAR ORDER, MOST ESSENTIAL FIRST. Suggestions welcome. Image above is of Budapest.
A key figure in the development of the new Hungarian cinema, filmmaker Jancsó Miklós earned international recognition for his films Szegénylegények/The Round-Up (1965), Csillagosok Katonák/The Red and the White (1967), and Csend és Kiáltás/Silence and Cry (1968). These films best reflect Jancsó’s tendency toward abstraction and contain a distinctive combination of revolutionary viewpoints and highly structured, formal cinematic style. Imagery is more important than dialogue, which is used sparingly to encourage...