Mari Törőcsik
Actress
Mari Törőcsik
Mari Törőcsik is a Hungarian film actress. She has appeared in over 120 films since 1956. She won the award for Best Actress at the 1976 Cannes Film Festival for the film Mrs. Dery Where Are You?
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CRITIC'S NOTEBOOK; An Unsettling Sifting of Truth and Trust
NYTimes - about 19 years
What if what we call our past is just a dream, and life is really a process of waking up to a different and harsher reality than anything we've been prepared to experience? The fear that life may only be a collection of memories and symbols that we willfully organize into a coherent narrative, the anxiety that what we call ''home'' may only be an
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Reviews/Film Festival; Hungarian Family Life Amid the Soviet Invasion
NYTimes - almost 28 years
LEAD: Peter Gardos's ''Whooping Cough'' manages to make the 1956 Hungarian uprising and the subsequent Soviet invasion look as commonplace as a situation comedy spiced up with a little situation drama, not because the subject is small but because the sensibility that shaped the film is dull. Peter Gardos's ''Whooping Cough'' manages to make the
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'FORBIDDEN RELATIONS,' STORY OF INCEST IN HUNGARY
NYTimes - over 33 years
En route home to visit her parents after the suicide of her husband, Juli, a serious young woman, meets an attractive, slightly older fellow named Gyorgy, a tailor, who is traveling to the same village. Juli and Gyorgy immediately respond to each other. Both carry psychic scars. Juli realizes that she will never know why her husband killed himself.
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JERRY LEWIS IS THE KING AT CANNES FILM FESTIVAL
NYTimes - almost 34 years
The 36th Cannes International Film Festival opened here this weekend in the sprawling new movie palace, with a tribute to stars and a new episode in the long-running love affair between France and Jerry Lewis. It is a festival in which the French dominate the running, with 4 of the 15 films among those in competition for the main prize. In
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