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My Way Home

My Way Home

Directed by Miklós Jancsó • 1965 • Hungary

In the final days of the Second World War, a young Hungarian soldier, Jóska, makes his way home through a landscape riddled with debris and destruction. After he is captured by the occupying Red Army, he forms a bond with the Russian soldier Kolya, despite their lack of a common tongue. This exquisitely realised portrait of male friendship, alongside Jóska’s efforts to continue his journey, form the backbone of this early masterpiece from one of Hungary’s most celebrated auteurs. Jancsó’s love of the Hungarian landscape, his distrust of authority, and his deep empathy are all on full display here.

MY WAY HOME • ÍGY JÖTTEM
Directed by Miklós Jancsó
Written by Gyula Hernádi
Cinematography by Tamás Somló
Music by Zoltán Jenei
Starring: András Kozák, Sergei Nikonenko, Béla Barsy

In Hungarian and Russian with English subtitles

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My Way Home
  • My Way Home

    Directed by Miklós Jancsó • 1965 • Hungary

    In the final days of the Second World War, a young Hungarian soldier, Jóska, makes his way home through a landscape riddled with debris and destruction. After he is captured by the occupying Red Army, he forms a bond with the Russian soldier Kolya, desp...

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