The Hungarian stand of the International Bazaar has made a tradition of screening a recent film every autumn to raise money for the charities supported by the bazaar.
This year the team at the Hungarian stand of the International Bazaar has chosen unconventional coming of age story “For Some Inexplicable Reason” (VAN valami furcsa és megmagyarázhatatlan) for its traditional charity screening.
The film centres on something Áron, who flees his hometown of Budapest to live in Lisbon and find purpose in life. Director Gbor Reisz has been hailed for his “freshness of vision” by Luxembourg-based critic Boyd van Hoeij writing in The Hollywood Reporter, who even said there were elements of Gondry in this debut feature film.
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