What Is It?

Need a mid-week break to catch up on your movie list? Watch White God {Fehér Isten} directed by Kornél Mundruczó, at the Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre this Thursday, but be prepared for a reality check and some serious goosebumps.

White God, which won the Cannes Film Festival’s Prize Un Certain Regard Award in 2014, and many other accolades, is a cautionary tale of a superior species and its disgraced inferior race {Rated R for violent content including bloody images, and language}.

Who Is It For?

Movies buffs—those who particularly enjoy well-made, imaginative, thrilling dramas. Watching a film in a foreign language is challenging, and a most rewarding experience. This one is bound to be an eye-opener; nobody should miss this. 

Why Should I Go For It?

119 minutes of an absorbing tale of a 13-year-old girl looking for her pet dog…this is European cinema at its finest.

#LBBTip

This Hungarian Centre, founded in 1978 and housed in one of Delhi’s most beautiful buildings, holds free Hungarian language courses every year. We’re sure you’ll want to sign up after watching this film. Entry is absolutely free. 

Anything Else?

By the end of the production of the film, all the 280 mixed-breed canines found homes. #warmfuzzies 

When: Apr 7

Where: Hungarian Information and Cultural Centre, 1/A Janpath

Nearest Metro Station: Race Course 

Timings: 6pm onwards

Contact: 011 23014497, 23014992 or write to hicc.delhi@gmail.com

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