Current ★★★★

I was in awe of the one other Gaál film I'd seen, The Falcons, and equally struck by this one. Gaál's minimal compositions, pastoral setting, and intimate character examinations are very much elements I seek out and often find in Hungarian cinema.
Love to discover a filmmaker like this, whose work is a revelation and whose oeuvre is tight enough that I can knock out anything else with English subs I haven't seen within a week. So, on to Keresztelö, Green Years, and Dead Landscape...