Photographed by László Dudás
The film diary is a special genre, since it makes the personal time visible, and so bridges the ages of youth and elderly as a novel. László Dudás could not become a professional film director, but he was so passionate towards the industry, that as an architect, he became a set-designer of the Film Factory.
The second part of the life history film of László Dudás, who shot films from 1928. From the many intriguing Dudás silent films emerges the Deadly Spring. This is followed by the vision of Italy in the 30s, and later we may see the secret recordings of the 1956 revolution in the home movie of Dudás. The Dudás films are joined together by Tibor Szemző’s music composition.