Panelkapcsolat (The Prefab People) (1982)
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Critic Reviews for Panelkapcsolat (The Prefab People)
An unrelenting, smell-the-sour-breath portrait of a blue-collar marriage dissolving under pressure from Communist-era poverty, masculine inadequacy, and restless depression.
Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr's third feature (1982) is the best of his early forays into Cassavetes-style social realism.
...like an Eastern Bloc tribute to Britain's kitchen sink dramas.
It's the rawness of the film that makes us believe we are unquestionably seeing the truth.
Audience Reviews for Panelkapcsolat (The Prefab People)
I don't understand Tarr's taste for redundant monologues in his early works when so much is already shown on screen, and here in this solid, unrelenting piece of cinema verité we can see that the mostly silent last scene is much more resonant and telling than the monologue that precedes it.
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