Screen Daily wrote: ... a film that no festival should miss and art houses will be delighted to show. (...) Superb photography by Austrian DOP Christian Berger. THE NOTEBOOK was co-produced by Hungary, Germany, Austria, and France.
Jánósz Szász THE NOTEBOOK premiered at the Karlovy Vary film festival. The Hungarian/German/Austrian/French co-production
was coproduced by Vienna based Amour Fou. The story is based on the eponymous novel by Agota Kristof.
Screen Daily wrote:
... a film that no festival should miss and art houses will be delighted to show
Superb photography by Austrian DOP Christian Berger
directed by: János Szász
(Hunnia Filmstúdió (H), Intuit Pictures (D), Amour Fou Filmproduktion (A), Dolce Vita (F))
A fascinating and hard-hitting adaptation of the controversial first novel by Hungarian writer Agota Kristof about 13-year-old
twins forced to spend the last years of the Second World War with their cruel grandmother somewhere near the Hungarian border.
The term bewitching was never so apt as in the case of this new film by renowned filmmaker and theatre director János Szász.
with: András Gyémánt, László Gyémánt, Ulrich Thomsen, Ulrich Matthes
International sales: Beta Cinema