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László Vitézy

Vörös föld (Red Earth)

Edition 1984
100' - 1982 - Drama - Dialogue: Hungarian
Director: László Vitézy With: Imre Németh, Vilmos Gádori, István Szepeshegyi
Miner Szántó László discovers quality bauxite on the hillside, near his village home. He and his workmates dig a prospecting trench on the area. The results are promising as the ore deposit, situated close to the surface, seems to be a very rich one, but the Mining Company and the Institute for Bauxite Research at first refuse to hear about it, let alone opening a new quarry at the site. Later they change their mind and attitude, setting out to speed up research and then to establish a gigantic new open-cast quarry, destroying the miner's village as well as leaving him abased and disregarded in the process.

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Credits

Director

László Vitézy

With

Imre Németh, Vilmos Gádori, István Szepeshegyi

Scenario

István Dárday

Director of Photography

Máté Darvas, Ferenc Pap

Editor

Klára Majoros

More information

Dialogue

Hungarian

Countries of production

Hungary

Year

1982

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