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My Way Home (1964) Poetic, evocative and deeply personal - My Way Home is considered Jancsó's first masterpiece. A young Hungarian is captured by Russian soldier, but forms an unlikely friendship with his captor.
The Red & The White (1967): Set in 1919, during the aftermath of the Russian Revolution, this is a war film unlike any other.
The Round-Up (1969): Set in a detention camp in Hungary 1869, Jancsó uses his formidable technique to create a remarkable and terrifying picture of war and the abuse of power that still resonates today.
Sound: Dolby Digital
Running Time: 272 minutes
Main Language: English