Budapest Noir


Philadelphia Premiere
: Sunday, November 11, 2018
Time: 7 PM
Location: Reel Cinemas Narberth 2

Director: Éva Gárdos
Genre: Narrative Feature
Country: Hungary
Year: 2017
Running Time: 1 hr 35 min
Language: In Hungarian with English subtitles

Sponsored by: Nancy and David Colman; Francine Tabas

General Admission: $15
Seniors: $13
Students: $7 (*for our rules and regulations on Student tickets, click HERE)

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Gordon Zsigmond (Krisztián Kolovratnik), a rugged crime reporter, encounters a mysterious, beautiful woman at a restaurant in Budapest circa 1936. The next day, she is found brutally murdered with only a Jewish prayer book in her purse. Dismissed as just another prostitute, her death is swept under the rug by press and police alike, but Gordon believes there’s more to the case. With the help of Eckhardt (Réka Tenki), a feisty photographer and former lover, Gordon seeks answers amidst Budapest’s seediest brothels and crime syndicates in the hope of solving the woman’s murder.

From the best-selling novel by Vilmos Kondor, this stylish and suspenseful film noir foreshadows the steady rise of anti-Semitism in pre-Nazi Hungary.

Special Guests: Éva Gárdos, director of BUDAPEST NOIR


For Fans of:

  • Budapest
  • Budapest Noir
  • Film noir
  • Hungarian cinema
  • Hungarian history
  • WWII thrillers

Official Selection:

  • Atlanta Jewish Film Festival
  • San Francisco Jewish Film Festival
  • Toronto Jewish Film Festival
  • Washington Jewish Film Festival