Diogenidész, Hungary, 2005, 25 min, Beta SP, Anthropology, Portrait, Science and Technology
Péter T. Zselensky, a writer, poet, translator and journalist professes himself to be a full-time bum, a survivor, and last but not least a Diogenides, i.e. A descendant of Diogenes. He makes a very strong impression on people, although he describes himself, with considerable self-irony and through the eyes of a detached observer, as a "skeletal man with deformed limbs and flag-like hair". He abandoned his flat, book and records a long time ago, however, his company is sought after by students because he is a refined and cultural man, who claims to have revived the 5 hundred-year-old tradition of philosophical dialogue.
Director of photography:
Jókai Mor utca 58
H-1203 Budapest, Hungary
The Jury`s Special Prize -
2nd Film Dok Hungarian-Romanian DFF