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Eszter, her husband Farkas, and their five-year-old son Bruno are paid an unexpected visit in the middle of the night. Eszter’s sister Ernella, her husband Albert and daughter Laura have returned from a year spent in Scotland where, contrary to expectations, they weren’t able to settle down. It soon becomes clear that the two families had never really been in tune with one another.

Szabolcs Hajdu
Szabolcs Hajdu is screenwriter, actor, film and theatre director. His first feature film, Sticky Matters (2000) won the award for best first film at the Hungarian Film Week. His 2006 film White Palms premiered at the Festival de Cannes – Quinzaine de Réalisateurs. Bibliotheque Pascal (2010) premiered at the Berlinale and went onto win numerous awards all over the world. His latest work, Mirage was released in 2014 at Toronto International Film Festival.