Sat, 3/14 | one film ticket | Middlebury Institute of International Studies
This certificate is good for 1 (one) film ticket to Budapest Noir on March 14th at Middlebury Institute of International Studies. The purchaser's name will be added to the will call list with amount of tickets purchased for pick up at the show.
March 14, 2020, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey, McCone Building, Irvine Auditorium 7:30 PM Film and Q & A with Director Éva Gardós
About the Film Budapest, 1936. A reporter investigates the murder of a prostitute, leading him into the underworld of 1930s pre-Nazi Hungary in this stylish thriller. When a young Jewish woman is found beaten to death, no one is interested in solving the crime except the cynical but inquisitive Zsigmond Gordon. The clues eventually lead to a shadowy world of pornographers and brothels, crime syndicates and communist cells, and the highest echelons of power, just as Hungary's government prepares to align with Hitler. A politically-charged tale of corruption and betrayal, this rich mystery will leave audiences guessing until its surprising climax. Note: contains nudity.
Narrative / Hungary / Director: Éva Gardós/ 95 minutes / Hungarian with English subtitles / R
Note: Reception requires a Reception ticket
The Carmel Jewish Film Festival is now entering its tenth year. Through the power and artistry of cinema, the festival seeks to engage the greater community in meaningful dialogue on important issues of our day. While informed by a uniquely Jewish sensibility, our films communicate themes and messages with universal appeal to a wide audience drawn from the Monterey area and beyond. Our festival's accompanying programs further engage mind and heart through discussion and social interaction. We hope that our festival will help bridge cultural and religious differences and contribute to solidarity and peace.
For specific times, locations and reception tickets, please refer to the website: