Director - Katalin Moldovai
Script - Zita Palóczi, Katalin Moldovai
Camera - András Táborosi
Music - Tibor Cári
With - Agnes Krasznahorkai, Áron Dimény, Tünde Skovrán, Soma Sándor, Zsolt Bölönyi, Ágnes Lőrincz
Producers - András Muhi, Katalin Moldovai, Béla Attila Kovács

In a small Hungarian town, Ana Bauch is a dedicated and liberal-minded literature teacher within the public system. Beloved by her students for her unorthodox and creative approach, she assigns Agnieszka Holland’s Total Eclipse, depicting the relationship between 19th-century French poets Arthur Rimbaud and Paul Verlaine, so they can better understand Rimbaud’s poetry. When a conservative father interrupts his son Victor during the screening and hears of the assignment, he reports Ana to the school’s principal. Ana is accused of misconduct and spreading homosexual propaganda, and when the local media get wind of the brewing scandal, she faces even more scrutiny. In a system within which many have given up, Ana must decide to fight or to flee – perhaps to a restaurant job abroad.


Warsaw ’23 - Best Film - Competition 1-2 Award, FIPRESCI Prize, Young FIPRESCI Jury Award


  • 22.03.2024
    EURO CINEMA - 18.00 часа