WriterPeter Bacso, Tibor Dery Release date21 January 1971 (1971-01-21) Initial releaseJanuary 21, 1971 (Hungary) CastMari Torocsik (Luca), Ivan Darvas (Janos), Lili Darvas (Az oregasszony), Erzsi Orsolya (Iren), Laszlo Mensaros (Az orvos) Similar moviesRelated Karoly Makk movies
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Love (Hungarian: Szerelem) is a 1971 Hungarian drama film directed by Károly Makk. Based on two short stories by Tibor Déry, Szerelem (1956) and Két asszony (1962), it stars Lili Darvas and Mari Törőcsik. The film was selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 44th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Today, Love is considered a classic of world cinema by critics including Derek Malcolm and Roger Ebert. The film was selected for screening as part of the Cannes Classics section at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
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Lili Darvas - Az öregasszony
Mari Törőcsik - Luca
Iván Darvas - János
Erzsi Orsolya - Irén
László Mensáros - Az orvos
Tibor Bitskey - Feri (as Bitskei Tibor)
András Ambrus - Börtönőr
József Almási - Tanár
Zoltán Bán - Borbély
Éva Bányai - Feriék szolgálója
Ágnes Dávid - Feriék szolgálója
Mária Garamszegi - Feriék szolgálója
Alíz Halda - Tanárnő
Magda Horváth - Kissné
Nóra Káldi - Az öregasszony fiatalon (as Káldy Nóra)
In 1953 after the death of Soviet premier Joseph Stalin many arrested people were released in Hungary. In Love, Makk tells the story of a young Hungarian woman whose husband has been arrested by the secret police, and who eases his mother's last months with the tale that her son is in America.
Love won three prizes, including the Jury Prize at the 1971 Cannes Film Festival. It has also been acclaimed in recent years; Derek Malcolm ranked it one of The Guardian's 100 best films of the 20th century.