Cert: 15 Year: 2003 Length: 105 mins Language: Hungarian
A wickedly hip film shot entirely in the subway of Budapest through which Bulcsú, a ticket inspector, stumbles on his daily rounds. It's a sick kind of fluorescent-lit wonderland with impromptu raves in the tunnels, flirtatious bunny girls and Kafkaesque bureaucratic railway authorities to fight. Meanwhile, a mysterious, possibly supernatural killer is stalking the subway. A film with style to burn.
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