Sunday Daughters

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Rózsa's reputation in Hungary is founded on a series of Ken Loach-like problem pictures of which Sunday Daughters, a story of delinquent girls in a remand home who are fostered out on Sundays to long-suffering guardians, is easily the strongest. Performances are passionate, and while Rózsa's direction is at times over-dramatic, there's a keen sense of social criticism on show here, which will surprise those who subscribe to the view that movies in Eastern Europe can only attack the system through allusion or allegorical comedy.

By: MA

Release details

Duration: 100 mins

Cast and crew

Director: János Rózsa
Screenwriter: István Kardos
Cast: Julianna Nyakó
Julianna Balogh
Andrea Blizik
Melinda Szakács
Erszi Pásztor

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3.8 / 5

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I came to this site because i was reading something about Kati Marton ..and Sunday Daughters was listed in her bio...so was curious, but don't see what her involvement might have been. But thanks for asking my opinion.