Exclusive to Filmatique • 1h 46m
István Szabó • Hungary • 1980 • Love and deceit in World War II.
In World War II-era Hungary, the resistance pairs two unrelated members to act as husband and wife in an effort to stay hidden in plain sight. Will they be able to maintain the illusion without giving in to their growing feelings for each other?
Hungarian master István Szabó’s Confidence won the Silver Bear for Best Director at Berlin, and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Now screening in a new 4K restoration by the Hungarian Film Fund.
Up Next in Exclusive to Filmatique
Dr. Mabuse, the Gambler
Fritz Lang • Germany • 1922
Dr. Mabuse is a gambler, hypnotist, and all-around criminal mastermind. This legendary silent film contains many crime genre elements from the time, including characters who slip in and out of disguise, mind control, gambling clubs, exotic women, brutal henchmen and ...
Homeland: Iraq Year Zero - Part 1
Abbas Fahdel • Iraq-France • 2015 • Everyday Iraqis caught in a conflict not of their own making.
Filmmaker Abbas Fahdel traveled home from France two weeks before the 2002 American invasion of Iraq. Interviewing friends, family members, and neighbors, he encountered a populace bracing for war,...
Homeland: Iraq Year Zero - Part 2
Filmmaker Abbas Fahdel traveled home from France two weeks before the 2002 American invasion of Iraq. Interviewing friends, family members, and neighbors, he encountered a populace bracing for war, encountering shortages of food, water, and basic goods even before the soldiers arrived. A year l...