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as Istva?n Szentes
as A?rpa?d Szentes
as Mrs. Kusta?r
as Mr. Kustar
as Anna Szentes
as Hermann Samuel
as Son of Hermann Samuel
as Jozsef Iharos
as Suba Mihaly
as Ifj. Suba Mihaly/Son of Suba Mihaly
as Juli neni
as Veteran/War Veteran
as Kalauz/Train Conductor
as Orosz tiszt/Russian Officer
as Orosz Katona 1/Russian Soldier 1
as Orosz Katona 2/Russian Soldier 2
as Cigany Hegedus/Gypsy Violin Player
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Critic Reviews for 1945
It's a good bet that the director had High Noon in mind when he made this film, but the comparison ends there. As a compact study of wartime guilt, the film has the look and feel of a waking nightmare.
Simple, powerful, made with conviction and skill, "1945" proceeds as inexorably as Sámuel and his son on their long walk into town.
The resultant sensation of uncomfortable prying underlines the boiling suspicions that power the plot.
A Holocaust film built, consciously or not, on a reversal of the tropes of the western, down to ticking clocks that might as well be nearing high noon.
A fresh, intelligent cinematic approach to a difficult topic that takes on a transitional time in Hungarian history with subtlety and nuance.
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