Béla Tarr's "Sátántangó" (1994) is a cinematic monument and a high point of slow cinema. The dystopian-atmospheric parable with its idiosyncratic formal language is not only an unforgettable film, but with a running time of seven and a half hours also offers a very unique experience of time.
In an appropriately imposing location - the concrete hall of silent green - "Sátántangó" will be shown in a digitally restored version. Parallel to the screening, composer and main actor Mihály Víg and nine other composers will perform the newly created score live.
(In Hungarian with English subtitles (OmeU)