In Jupiter’s Moon Kornél Mundruczó takes an intriguing and timely magical realist premise but leaves its resolution in mid air.
Fierce and unflinchingly brutal, Kornél Mundruczó’s White God is an unsettling Hungarian allegory brimming with passion, imagination and socio-political resonance.
Every dog will have his day – and at the LFF 2014, they did. Several days. And very many dogs, as those who saw White God can confirm.Read More
White God Well, if you’re looking for something different, you can’t go wrong with Kornél Mundruczó’s genre-buster White God. Part a dystopic version of…Read More