Eltörölni Frankot

Erasing Frank

In the 1980s Budapest singer Frank is struggling with Hungary’s totalitarian regime. The police come down hard on his illegal punk band and Frank is sent to a mental hospital to convert his political ideologies. Inspired by real punk bands in communistic Hungary during the 80s and shot in gorgeous black and white with methods that remind us of documentaries shot in that era. The film is a portrayal of oppression and how much one is willing to lose in the fight. Feature film debuting director Gábor Fabricius paints an important picture of our recent history. (Stockholm International Film Festival)

Films - Selection
Eltörölni Frankot (Erasing Frank, 2021) - Dialógus (Dialogue, 2016, short) - Sintér (Skinner, 2014, short) - Bianka (2012, short)
Competition Fiction 2022
Gábor Fabricius
Hungary 2021
black and white
103 minutes
Hungarian
OV with English subtitles

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Screenplay Gábor Fabricius
Cinematography Tamás Dobos
Editing Bernadett Tuza-Ritter, Wanda Kiss
Sound/Sounddesign Tamás Zányi
Music Balázs Zságer, Dávid Vígh
With Benjamin Fuchs, Kincsö Blénesi, Andrea Waskovich, István Lénárt, Pál Frenák
Producer(s) Gábor Fabricius, Tamás Barna
Production
Otherside Stories
World Sales
Totem Films
Austrian Premiere
World Premiere
Venice International Film Festival 2021