Join us for a special screening of Károly Makk's 1971 masterpiece Szerelem (Love) to mark the 60th anniversary of the Hungarian uprising. Unsentimental but deeply moving, Szerelem is an unforgettable account of how ordinary people strive to survive in extraordinary times, sometimes failing and sometimes succeeding.
The screening will be introduced by film critic and historian Peter Hames, editor of Wallflower's The Cinema of Central Europe and programme advisor to the London Film Festival.
'One of the loveliest manifestations of romantic imagination I have seen on the screen.' - New York Times
Programmed in association with Second Run DVD.