7th Hungarian Film Festival of Los Angeles
October 11 - 18  2007

MUSIC HALL THEATER
9036 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills California
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NOAH'S ARC
(Noé bárkája)
Pál Sándor
(2007, feature film, 35mm, colour, 104 min.)

Director: Pál Sándor
Screenplay: Zsuzsa Tóth
Photography: Gábor Szabó
Editor: Mari Miklós
Costumes: János Breckl
Sound: Róbert Juhász
Music: Yonderboi
Production company: Hunnia Film Studio
Production manager: Zsolt Valkony, Zsolt Valkony
Producer: Pál Sándor
Cast: Dezső Garas, Angéla Stefanovics, Ferenc Kállai, Mari Törőcsik, András Szőke,
Sándor Badár, Győző Szabó, Péter Vida, Kata Bartsch, Irén Bordán, Tamás Jordán,
Marika Oszvald, Ganxsta Zolee, Csaba Pindroch, Linda Verebes, Róbert Alföldi,
Györgyi Kari, Mari Kiss, József Szarvas

A block of flats in Budapest – Noah’s Ark.
An old man, Ede Stock (Dezső Garas) raising his grandchild all by himself. A
friendship – of many decades – with Aurél Tálas (Ferenc Kállai) who hasn’t stepped
out of the house for 15 years. And a TV show where the country’s best grandpa can
win 5 million forints. Stock signs up, and the tenants of the house who have hated
each other, prepare the old man for the show. Unnoticed, human relations develop.
Unnoticed – for the sake of the mutual goal – hatred ceases, and the house
becomes a community.

And Stock wins the 5 million.

And Stock’s wish of many decades comes true. He rides away on a Harley Davidson
into infinity, with his eternal friend, Aurél Tálas.