Last Bus Stop is both a tragic and comic film about people living in a divided village marked by strange phenomena on the eastern border of the European Union.As the European Union is building the Schengen-walls, a two-way street turns into a one-way exit only. For those living on the "wrong" side of the new borders even the opening of a new crossing can bring surprising results.
Little Fish... Big Fish
This is a salutary tale of fish poachers and fish protectors. Gangs of organised thieves take fish in industrial quantities from the river along with a single poacher in a checked shirt. A lonely pensioner,János (with a monthly income of 18 euros), sets off in the direction of the same river to literally fish for his supper. A couple of fishing wardens do their best to stop this illegal activity but only manage to catch János and penalise him according to the exact letterof the law. This film attempts to portray a Hungarian universe and not suggest that "big fish" eat "little fish" but that "big fish" flout the law and slip through the net while the "little fish" get hooked every time.
An elderly dance teacher living in an urban prefab building drives his car once a weak to a remote village to give dance classes at the local “cultural hall.” The classes play a very important role in the life of the village. A teacher, a general store salesclerk, a postman and a pig farmer exchange their worn-out work boots for fine patent-leather shoes and are whisked off to a different world, swaying to the rhythms of the rumba, tango and waltz. Despite the fact that it’s raining cats and dogs, the entire village attends the end-of-season ball.
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