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THE EXAM (A vizsga)

February 27, 2013

299191_171694359585577_737474050_nLooooved this film.

Christmas Eve 1957, Hungary. All security personnel must take a secret situational exam to test their loyalty – but they are not told they are being tested. This is a serious thriller about spies spying on their own spies. Spies sleeping with women who may also be spies and/or spy killers. There is a plethora of trench coats and fedoras, a pair of gorgeous, sexy women, another beautiful old car, and a smattering of humor. These are all woven into a suspenseful thriller where trench coated men hide behind trees in the snow, no one can be trusted, and everyone is expected home for the Holiday Dinner.

Gabriella Hámori (Gát Éva) and János Kulka (Markó Pál) are amazing to watch on screen and I wish they were more available to audiences on this continent.

Extraordinary and suspenseful, a great look and perfectly scored, this movie brings you to the edge of your seat over and over, and is another film I can absolutely recommend you see.

527325_373137642774580_1044238934_nWatch the trailer.

Buy tickets to see THE EXAM at Cinequest.

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