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(2977) 7.1 91 min 2017

1945 is a movie starring Péter Rudolf, Bence Tasnádi, and Tamás Szabó Kimmel. 12 August 1945, 11 AM. Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village. Within a few hours, everything...

Bence Tasnádi, Dóra Sztarenki, Péter Rudolf, Tamás Szabó Kimmel
Ferenc Török

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Ferenc Török
Writer Ferenc Török, Gábor T. Szántó
Stars Bence Tasnádi, Dóra Sztarenki, Péter Rudolf, Tamás Szabó Kimmel
Country Hungary
Also Known As La juste route, Homecoming (1945), Fortyfive
Runtime 1H 31M
Description 12 August 1945, 11 AM. Two mysterious strangers dressed in black appear at the railway station of a Hungarian village. Within a few hours, everything changes.

Top reviews

Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 20:00

Funny story about a crime scene. A chance encounter between a deranged journalist and a very attractive Australian woman in the garden of her boss's house. The journalist has been captured by some neo-Nazi crazed killers. The Australian woman has become a wreck. She has been arrested for assault, but can't answer why she has been arrested. After watching the movie I wondered why the Australian woman chose the journalist. Now I know. She had an idea to meet a man, but no chance to meet him. The Australian woman, her lover and their mutual friend, the Australian man and a police officer all secretly talk to the journalist. And through these conversations the journalist is identified, and he learns that the man and the Australian woman were both caught by the police. As they are waiting to be released, they discover that the journalist was the one to kill the one who killed her. The Australian woman thinks that he is the one who killed her. Now she must try to escape the police. The journalist must escape his pursuers and must find the Australian woman. After watching this movie I had one question: Is it the journalist or the Australian woman? It is not. As for the police officer, he is one of the criminals arrested by the police. And, his reason of arrest is of extreme nature, and he is being tortured and abused by the police. The Australian woman is also one of the criminals arrested by the police. But the police officer has lost his mind. He starts to look for the Australian woman, and he kidnaps her. After seeing this movie I am convinced that it is a movie about the Australian woman's escape. It is a remarkable movie. For those who haven't watched it, it will be worth it. Well done.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 10:03

I really don't understand why there is such a low rating and why people say that the story is terrible. If you have seen all the old movies and never seen anything like this, you will understand why I gave this movie a 10. It has a powerful message, no matter what you think. You must see this movie to understand the meaning of the movie. This movie is a must-see for everyone. After the first 5 minutes of the movie, you will realize what a masterful movie this is. The whole story of the world needs to be told to us, so that we can understand what's happening. It's a perfect message and no matter what you think of the idea, it is one of the most important messages ever to reach our consciousness. Without it, we are dead. It has been hard to say this, but the message is that without the knowledge of the Earth, we are not here, we are no longer here. We are not still here, we are not still alive, we are never here. This message is very deep and it needs to be understood by all people, the Earth is the way, the Earth is all, and there is nothing else. So when I heard about this movie, I knew that this message could reach all. So I was more than ready to watch it. And I think it's a great movie. I think it's very original and it's also very entertaining. The scenery is very beautiful, and the music is excellent, making you feel like you're in the movie. I just watched it on a Saturday night and it was already 9pm. I went to watch it all the way through. I'm still talking about it a few days later, and the movie still gets me. I think that the movie is important and it should be seen by everyone, especially by people who don't understand the meaning of the message, or who have never seen it. It's a must-see movie. I think it should be made into a motion picture as well, for sure. It is a very powerful movie, and I recommend everyone to watch it. So all the people who saw this movie, make sure that everyone who don't see it sees it, so that they can see the movie, the message and the message. Thank you.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 10:12

This film is a masterpiece of the kind which will always be the greatest of the genre. Above all else, it is a fantastic film. Very few directors have been able to produce a cinematic masterpiece like The Out of Africa. It is a masterpiece of film-making, because it is so powerful, pure and self-conscious. The film is real, like it is real in Africa. With honesty and poignancy, it is a true homage to the humanity of Africans. It is a feeling that will always stay with me, because it is the ultimate thing, to believe in something you can't explain, that is true and pure. The cinematography is perfect, as is the editing. The soundtrack is splendid, the photography is in a sense. really. I've never seen anything like it. I saw this movie on a lot of times and i still find it to be the most powerful piece of art i have ever seen in my life. Everything that goes in it is powerful, it has a perfect balance. Even though it is "action-oriented" (which is good), it is in a way still a film about emotion. The acting is perfect, but it is at the same time so personal that it is great. The only thing I want to point out is the soundtrack. I personally think it is the greatest score ever written, which perfectly suits the movie. This movie has a very special music. It is in a way pure and flawless, the music is not only original, but in a way it connects to the movie, something that could never be done before. It is a classic piece of cinema. Highly recommended, even to film novices. A must watch. (9/10)
Friday, 22 May 2020 06:11

What a movie. The cast is unbeatable, the story is always exciting, the dialogue is pretty funny. The only reason I'm not giving it a 10 is because I find this movie in an odd position. It's basically a drama with a heavy comedy. When I first saw this movie I was overwhelmed by the subject matter. I felt like this was really important to talk about in the future and I felt that this was one of the most important movies of the 1980s. So of course I watched it, and then I thought it would be really cool if the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences could recognize this movie as best picture of the decade, and nominated it for it's director, a man named Paul Schrader. I thought that was a really good move for this movie, it could show the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that it deserves to be a favorite of many people. However, the movie doesn't get recognized very well, and when I told friends they said that it wasn't worth seeing. So that leaves me with a 7 out of 10. But the movie is so good that the only reason I can't give it an 8 is because I feel it has a little bit of a letdown in the second half. So I'll give it a 9. When I first saw this movie I thought it would be like Citizen Kane or something, but when I watched the sequel, I realized that it wasn't nearly as good as the first one. I think it could have been much better if they had made the film a little longer. In the first movie you really needed a lot more time to understand the story, and there were lots of scenes that just weren't necessary to the story. In the second movie I think they could have made the film slightly longer, like 5-6 hours. I'm sure that people would have liked it more if they had put a couple more extra hours into the movie. In the end the movie is a perfect masterpiece, but it's a masterpiece that I can't really see how it gets anything close to a 10.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 15:42

Sharon Stone does an outstanding job as Carol Reed, one of the most loved and respected television characters of all time. Her performance is one that we will all remember long after we have left the theatre. This role was not one that Stone could get away with, in the 80's she did not have the kind of success that she had in the 80's. When I went to see this movie I had no idea what to expect. I went expecting a big Hollywood production with a $40M budget, a glamorous lead actress, big names, music and special effects, all designed to provide the perfect experience for the audience. What I got was a true work of art. The story is told through simple flashbacks, one frame follows another with no apparent transitions. This makes the story line come alive and the audience is able to get involved in the characters that we have grown to love and respect. The music is wonderful, every line and song is perfect and the performances are all stellar. Sharon Stone's acting style fits perfectly with the story, she holds the camera in every shot and the audience can almost feel the gravity that Reed must be feeling. We get to see Reed in such a bad place in her life, she is dying from cancer but we get to see the sad moments in her life and the sad moments we feel in ourselves. We hear the music in the film and the mood of the scene is constantly changing to reflect Reed's feelings, not as busy as the main character, but still sad. I have never seen a movie that was able to take me in to the character of Carol Reed and really make me feel her pain. I am not usually a film critic, but I know that this film deserves a higher rating than it has had. While the films have many flaws, I think the story line and music will keep the audiences engaged and the performances will make the viewer relate to the character and believe in her. I encourage all of you to see this movie and don't forget to bring the tissues!
Friday, 01 May 2020 13:29

With several 'franchises' in his back-patches, Steven Spielberg has had his fair share of movies. There are, however, some films that stand out for being beautiful to watch. One such film is Schindler's List, based on the true story of how Holocaust survivor Oskar Schindler (Hanks) works to save lives of people in the Holocaust. In the 80's Spielberg was at a lull in his career, just beginning to turn into a director. He did make a number of great movies, with a couple of great movies under his belt. Schindler's List is one of his best movies. I love this movie because it is so realistic. It is not a movie about a hero. It is not even a movie about redemption. It is the story of a man who fights against the inhumanity of the Nazi government and the Nazis. He is not a hero, but he is a man who fights for the survival of his own kind. And we can feel the pain in Spielberg's voice as he narrates the story. Spielberg is simply the master of film-making, he is one of those who gives us everything that we want to watch. Schindler's List is truly one of his best movies. I will not say much about the story because it is so well-written. But in terms of the wonderful performances, the beautiful cinematography, and the visual effects, this movie truly is perfect. Spielberg's direction is incredible, and it is one of his most special accomplishments. This movie is so realistic that it is just amazing. It is one of those movies that you can watch over and over again and get completely bored with it. But you can still feel the humanity and sadness in it. Schindler's List is a masterpiece that is well worth seeing. The words that Spielberg gave us to describe this movie were "mirror, nightmare, so unforgivable", but I think it fits perfectly, because this movie shows us what evil really is, a very cruel and inhuman vision of God, and the human race. Spielberg's directing is amazing, and his portrayal of Schindler's List is perfect. He shows us his characters through a very dark and realistic lens, and we can see the pain and tears that he goes through as he fights against the inhumanity of the Nazis. Schindler's List is one of the most important movies ever made. A must-see for everyone. 10/10

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