History, Romance | 2006 | 114 minutes |
The time is 1956, the coldest year of the Cold War and Hungary is politically dominated by the Soviet Empire. Yet, Hungary is also a superpower - the Hungarian national water polo team remains undefeated...invincible. While Communist oppression hangs like a dark cloud over the Hungarians' everyday life, the team's star athletes are shining heroes to the nation, treated like modern day rock stars with money jingling in their pockets and a beautiful girl on each arm. This epic match in Melbourne was a high moment of sports drama in 1956 and inspiration to freedom loving people everywhere.
This year is the 60th Anniversary of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
(Courtesy of Andy Vajna)
|Cast||:||Kata Dobó, Ivány Fenyő, Sándor Csányi, Zsolt Huszár, Viktória Szávai, Tamás Jordán, Krisztián Kolovratnik, Antal Czapkó|
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