Budapest Noir


The Center for the Arts in Natick Mon, Nov 12, 2018 7:00 PM
Film Info
Director(s):E´va Ga´rdos
Running Time:95 min
Type of Film:Fiction
Premiere Status:Massachusetts
Supported By:Facing History and Ourselves


1936. Budapest. Zsigmond Gordon is a crime reporter cut from classic film noir cloth. Looking for answers after a recent murder, Gordon dives deep into the city’s dark underbelly—a shady world of pornographers, fixers, brothels, and powerful crime syndicates—and is led back to the highest echelons of power, where influencers are beginning to align themselves with Hitler. A politically charged tale of corruption and betrayal, this richly atmospheric murder mystery leaves us guessing until its surprising climax.


All screenings followed by a conversation with director Éva Gárdos


November 12th screening introduced by Gábor Garai, Honarary Consul General of Hungary, Boston 


November 15th screening sponsored by Center Communities of Brookline