Bunyik Entertainment presents
10th Anniversary Hungarian Film Festival
of Los Angeles
November  18 - 28  2010
Bibliothèque Pascal
104 mins

Writer / Director
Szabolcs Hajdu

Orsolya Török-Illyés
Razvan Vasilescu
Oana Pellea

From the director and the producers of the internationally acclaimed
WHITE PALMS (selected for the Cannes’ Quinzaine des Realisateurs and
the Los Angeles AFI Film Festival, winner of the the Grand Prize at the
Hungarian Film Festival and subsequently invited to the Munich, Pusan,
Thessaloniki, Toronto and Warsaw International Film Festivals),
BIBLIOTHÈQUE PASCAL is a journey of both the mind and the body.

Young and beautiful Mona, scraping a scant living for herself and her
little daughter, is duped into accompanying her father as he travels from
Transylvania to Germany for life-saving surgery. Leaving her daughter
with a reluctant aunt, Mona sets off on a journey that will take her to the
shadowy world of sexual slavery, to Bibliothèque Pascal - a debauched
brothel where prostitutes are forced to act the parts of literary characters
– characters who don’t always survive past the end of their dialogue - a
world where anyone from the most respectable to the most depraved can
fulfill their fantasy, and where fairytales can come true if you can afford
the price.

“... a dark sex-trafficking fairy tale from Central Europe ... with Terry
Gilliamesque touches.”
Boyd Van Hoeij,

“... the work of an imaginative film-maker with ambition and chutzpah ...”
Mike Goodridge,
Screen International

“... overactive imagination ... epic proportions ...”
Neil Young,
The Hollywood Reporter

Director Szabolcs Hajdu and Orsolya Török-Illyés, star of the film
will attend screening,

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Opening Night Film
November 18 7:30PM  Laemmle's Sunset 5