– Another must-see Hungarian film

Wednesday, November 23, 2022, 7:50 p.m

The Gateway House trailer is here.

It cannot be said that the new trailer of Átráróház did not attract attention, the question is whether young people will buy tickets for Isti Madarász’s new film this time, or, as in the case of the similarly encouraging Hurok, will the cinema distribution not be too successful? The fantasy comedy, which will be released on December 8th by InterCom, was written by Attila Veres and stars Vivien Rujder, Péter Bárnai, János Kulka, Attila Árpa, Kata Dobó, Miklós Galla and Erzsébet Kútvölgyi.

The film’s official synopsis reads: “Many people say that true love lasts beyond the grave, but few believe it. And they are right: love lasts as long as life. With a few rare exceptions.
Krisztián (Péter Bárnai) is a cool and relaxed guy who lives with his even stranger aunt (Erzsébet Kútvölgyi) and finally got a job: he became the porter of a morgue. And death is in love – it would have been. But the chosen girl (Rujder Vivien) turns up as a client soon after their first meeting: that is, after a bus accident, they bring her to the freezer.
But the loving heart is ready to fight even when it stops beating. Krisztián and Ági – although they are separated by a world – do not rest in peace. And fortunately, the morgue is not as quiet a place as it appears from the outside: there are plenty of miracles that happen at night, thanks to which young people can meet again. They might not be able to get by on their own, but they have a couple of good-intentioned and good-humored corpses to help them, a big-city witch and their own combative enthusiasm that doesn’t settle for the unchangeable. They will need it: because death does not joke, and an unearthly powerful spirit being (János Kulka) who is not very enthusiastic about the living, will do everything to put an end to the unfolding romance.

The article is in Hungarian

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