WHO’S IN IT?
Brian Cox (The Bourne Identity), Anna Chancellor (Testament of Youth), Emilia Fox (The Pianist), Coco König (film debut), Karl Johnson (Hot Fuzz), Selina Cadell (Match Point), Andrew Havill (The King’s Speech), Roger Moore (A View to a Kill), Andor Lukáts (Nosedive), Emily Bevan (St. Trinian’s), Ruth Posner (Do I Love You?), Maitland Chandler (Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
János Edelényi (Prima Primavera), director, writer; Gilbert Adair (The Dreamers) and Tom Kinninmont (film debut), writers; József Berger (Hungarian Beauty), Steve Bowden (School for Seduction) and Charlotte Wontner (Straight), producers; Atti Pacsay (Fever at Dawn), composer; Tibor Máthé (Opium: Diary of a Madwoman), cinematographer; Adam Recht (My Week with Marilyn), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Dorottya (König) is a young Hungarian actress with a desire to make it big on the English stage. She becomes a carer for legendary actor Sir Michael Gifford (Cox), who has an incurable disease and his own desire to be left alone. Both of them must overcome their harsh feelings towards one another, and perhaps learn to achieve their individual goals together…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
From promising Hungarian filmmaker János Edelényi comes a heart-warming tale about two unlikely friends, which also includes a strong performance by character actor Brian Cox (no, not that one…).