Szindbád (Sinbad) (1971)




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This lavish Hungarian film chronicles the exploits of a Magyar Casanova in the early years of the 20th century. Sensual Szindbad (Zoltan Latinovitz) leaves behind broken hearts and fond memories when he moves from one woman to another. Some of them, overwhelmed by their tragic attachment, seek to have him join them in a suicide pact, others carelessly toss their lives away. He remains fundamentally untouched, but he finally gets his comeuppance at a grand dinner in a fine restaurant. The headwaiter confides in him at great length about troubles he is having with his wife, who was one of Szindbad's conquests. ~ Clarke Fountain, Rovi


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The greatest pleasures here are sensory, with arresting cutaways to flora, fauna, and worn photographs giving the impression of a surreal forerunner to the likes of Terrence Malick and Werner Herzog.

Jun 8, 2016 | Full Review…

A startling original work in imagery.

Feb 5, 2008 | Rating: B- | Full Review…

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