Camembert Rose
                  (Rózsaszín Sajt)

             (2009)

 

                Lenght: 93 min

Crew:

Director: Barnabás Tóth

Producer: Jenő Hábermann (Filmart Kft.)

Screenplay: Barnabás Tóth, Frank Rizzo, Dániel Hamvas

Co-producers: Tamás Tolmár (Dialóg), Dominique Garing (Vie des Hauts)

Director of Photography: Przemyslaw Niczyporuk

Music: László Pirisi

Editor : Réka Lemhényi

Sound: János Kőporosy

Cast:

Barnabás Tóth (Dani), Zoltán Bezerédi(Tibor), Douceline Derréal (Isabelle), Olivier-Jacques Bernard (Bernard), Thierry D’Armor (Eric), Anthony Brutillot (Marc), Levente Molnár (Ádám), Angéla Eke (Anikó), Béla Spindler (Mihály), Gerda Pikali (Patrícia), Betta Lipcsei (Mónika),  Linda Lisztes (Rita)

Story:

Tibor, an excentric, hedonistic gynecologist father raises alone his 19-old-son, Dani. Tibor’s egoistic, vain, success-centered character sharply opposes to Dani’s shy and romantic behaviour searching for love instead of  plain sex. Tibor is constantly trying to shape his son to his taste, pushing him to escape to France visiting his musician uncle. In consquence to the different adventures and challenges he is facing abroad, Dani returns as a different, stronger  personality. The changes he’s been through would mark his relation to his father for good.

 

 

 

 

When you hug too strong, you don’t see the face.

Festivals (Awards)

Montreal World Film Festival – Focus on World Cinema Section 2009

Miskolc Cinefest – compétition 2009

Cinequest, San José, California – competition 2010

Berdiasnk, Ukrajna – (Best Music, Audience Award ) 2010

VIDOR festival, Nyíregyháza –  (Best film) 2010

IFFI International Film Festival of India,

Goa – Panorama section 2010

Los Angeles, Hungarian Film Week – 2011

 

Broadcast:

Premiered in 32 theatres all across Hungary (September 10, 2009)

m1, Polish National Tv

sold in dvds in Hungary, Australia