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JUPITER HOLDJA / Jupiter's Moon

JUPITER HOLDJA / Jupiter's Moon

Aryan, a young migrant fleeing Syria, is shot down by a trigger-happy cop, only to rise from the dead. Unfazed by his bullet wounds, Aryan soars into the dubious care of shady Doctor Stern - who sees the financial benefit of having a charge who can perform miracles on command in exchange for an extra fee. It's a double act straight out of Children of Men or, perhaps more appropriately, pre-millennial Arnold Schwarzenegger vehicle End of Days: the innocent placed under the wing of the fallen and the faithless, finding purpose and redemption against the backdrop of a degraded society. (Michael Leader, Sight & Sound)

Kornél Mundruczó
Born in Hungary in 1975. “Pleasant Days”, his first feature, was awarded the Silver Leopard in Locarno in 2002. His second feature “Johanna” was presented in Cannes Un Certain Regard in 2005. “Delta” was in Competition at Cannes 2008 and was awarded the FIPRESCI prize. In 2010, “Tender Son – The Frankenstein Project” was also in Cannes Competition. In 2014, “White God” won the Prix Un Certain Regard.

Film Selection: Jupiter holdja (Jupiter’s Moon, 2017) — Fehér isten (White God, 2014) — Szelíd teremtés – A Frankenstein- terv (Tender Son – the Frankenstein Project, 2010, CE’11) — Delta (2008) — Johanna (Joan, 2005) — Szep napok (Pleasant Days, 2002)

European Panorama Fiction 2018

Kornél Mundruczó

Hungary / Germany 2017
DCP / color
123 minutes
English / Hungarian

Marcell Rév
Dávid Jancsó
Gábor Balász, Michael Kaczmarek
Jed Kurzel
Zsombor Jéger, Merab Ninidze, György Cserhalmi, Móni Balsai
Viktória Petrányi, Viola Fügen, Michael Weber, Michel Merkt



Proton Cinema, Match Factory Productions
World Sales

The Match Factory

Rechte Österreich / Austrian Rights

Weltpremiere / World Premiere
Cannes Film Festival 2017

Premierenstatus / Premiere Status
Austrian Premiere