Critic Consensus: 1945 sifts through the aftermath of the Holocaust to offer a sober, well-crafted look at a variety of weighty themes.
as Istva?n Szentes, Istva´n Szentes
as A?rpa?d Szentes, A´rpa´d Szentes
as Kisro?zsi, Kisro´zsi
as Mrs. Kusta´r
as Mr. Kustar
as Kálózy-Anna Szentes, 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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Set in a specific time and place, 1945 also resonates as a story of people doing terrible things to other people in the name of opportunity and getting ahead. It hits home at a time when the idea of loving thy neighbor feels sadly passé.
A town wracked with guilt must come to terms with the horrors of its war atrocities in "1945," a somber drama set in the immediate aftermath of WWII.
Beginning and ending at a little Hungarian railway station immediately following the end of World War II in Europe, "1945" is a rattling ghost-train ride through a hamlet of haunted memories.
This film adds to a growing list of Holocaust dramas and documentaries that move past the guilt of Nazi Germany to ponder the complicity of smaller communities in eastern Europe.
Features an intrusive sound design, including Tibor Szemzö's jarringly contemporary score and sound effects that include the ringing of a clock tower, buzzing flies, rumbling thunder and noisy birds...
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