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Ver Az állampolgár

Az állampolgár is a movie starring Cake-Baly Marcelo, Ágnes Máhr, and Arghavan Shekari. Wilson, a black man in his late fifties, has been living as a refugee in Hungary for years. He works as a security guard in Budapest and his...

Roland Vranik
Ágnes Máhr, Cake-Baly Marcelo, Tünde Szalontay, Arghavan Shekari

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Genres Drama
Director Roland Vranik
Writer Iván Szabó, Roland Vranik
Stars Ágnes Máhr, Cake-Baly Marcelo, Tünde Szalontay, Arghavan Shekari
Country Hungary
Also Known As The Citizen, Obywatel
Runtime 1 h 49 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Wilson, a black man in his late fifties, has been living as a refugee in Hungary for years. He works as a security guard in Budapest and his main desire is to acquire Hungarian citizenship, but he keeps failing the exams that are required for his application. In preparing for the next exam, he is helped by Mari, a Hungarian woman of roughly the same age who is a history teacher. Unexpectedly the teacher and her pupil start to develop deep affection towards each other.

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Monday, 06 Jul 2020 04:08

I read the reviews, they were divided, some loved it, some didn't, but one thing stood out for me. The critics were extremely harsh on this movie. The critics of this movie have a history of being negative towards films. The truth is, when I go to a movie, I don't go to see a movie, I go to see a good movie, and I'm going to watch a movie that's being written, directed, and acted by the best people out there. That's why this movie received a good response, and a lot of people were very excited to see this movie. I thought the movie was beautiful, and it's a shame that the critics didn't give this movie a better review. The movie is great, but there are some flaws. 1) The background music is really creepy. When I was watching the movie, I kept thinking, "if I had a light bulb, I would just turn the movie off." 2) The character of Ellampolgár is very sexual, and I think that was a mistake on the director's part. He could have made the character less of a sexual predator and more of a mother, a person who had a very strong desire to protect her daughter. 3) When the movie starts, there are two sequences that make me think of rape, and I think that the director should have cut those scenes. The movie's ending was pretty good, but I think the director should have kept those scenes. Overall, I think this movie is one of the best movies of 2008, but there are some flaws. This is a good movie, but it is not a movie that I will be recommending to anyone. I recommend this movie to those who are looking for a good movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a good movie, and a good movie that's being directed and written by the best people out there.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 05:43

This is a story of two people whose lives are radically different. One is a young man who has been raised by his mother. He lives on a small farm and runs a small restaurant. He lives a simple life with his mother, whom he adores. She is a widow, living alone, working as a housekeeper. The other is a young woman who is a full-time caretaker of a mental institution. She has been there for many years and is in charge of many patients. She is a passionate and energetic woman. Her husband has been divorced for several years and has never come back to the home. She has worked hard all her life and is proud of her achievements. This is the story of the difference between them. I was fascinated by this film. It is about how different people deal with life's challenges. In the end, the two main characters have an understanding of one another and the lives of their friends and neighbors. It is a movie about human existence, about love, about friendship and about change. It is a movie about how we face life's challenges and the choices we make about them. It is about what we have to do with our lives. I am impressed with the way this film is made. The camera is not intrusive or intrusive to the main story. The actors are used well and are not over-the-top. The camera is not intrusive to the main story, it is perfectly placed. The music is perfect and is not over-the-top or too long. The story is well-written and has a good message. The film is about the interaction of people and about how we can change our lives for the better. I was not bored during this film. I was really absorbed by the story. It is a great film. The actors are excellent. I hope it will be nominated for an Oscar.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 00:11

This is a difficult film to review. The best way I can describe it is as a mosaic of three different cultures, each having it's own distinct and integral culture, but all connected in some way or another by their love of the same continent. The film starts out in Denmark, where we meet a Norwegian writer, Ulf, who has just finished writing a novel about an Afghan refugee who is one of his favourite books. As he is leaving the airport, the Norwegian customs officer asks Ulf if he has any books he would like to have translated. Ulf replies that he has written a book about a Dane who travels to Afghanistan, but there is a problem. There are no books about him. Ulf tells the customs officer that he has made a decision to write about this great Dane and to bring him to Denmark, but that he cannot bring him to Denmark because he is not allowed to go to Afghanistan. Ulf goes back to his apartment and writes a letter to his beloved, telling her that he is writing a book about her. The letter is sent to a publisher in Norway, where the book is to be published. This publisher, Stefan, is an intelligent man who is not able to understand Ulf's writing. Stefan also believes that Ulf is making a mistake in his writing, but he knows that Ulf is not lying. He also knows that Ulf is a great writer. Stefan agrees to publish Ulf's book in Norway, but there are some conditions attached. Stefan wants to publish the book in Norway, but he has to give Ulf permission to go to Afghanistan to see the great Dane. Ulf is very hesitant about going, but he agrees to go. The plane they are traveling on takes off, but they have no idea where it is going to. They know that they will be flying to Denmark, but they don't know what the destination is. Ulf decides to write his own book about his trip to Afghanistan, but he doesn't have a clue what to write. As the plane takes off, he starts to write, and he writes a book about his trip to Afghanistan, which is a great book. The book is published, and Ulf is so happy, he begins to write about the trip, but he can't finish it. He has no idea where the book is going to be published. Ulf leaves the plane and starts writing his book, but he can't finish it. Ulf returns to the plane and he is writing again. He realizes that he has to write the book. Ulf goes back to Norway and he has a meeting with a woman he met at the airport. She tells him that he must go to Afghanistan to meet the great Dane. Ulf agrees, and they go to Afghanistan. They meet with Ulf's friend, a physician, and they meet with Ulf's wife, and Ulf's son. They go to the bookstore and Ulf meets his friend, who is a great poet, and Ulf has to read the poem to his son. The next day, Ulf is back in Denmark and he goes to his publisher to sign the book. Ulf has not finished the book, but the publisher says that he will give him the book when he is finished. Ulf has not finished the book, but the publisher is still happy. Ulf returns home and he realizes that he has been unable to finish the book.

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