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Carte Blanche

Simon, the Magician

DIRECTOR Ildikó ENYEDI Carte Blanche
Nation Hungary, France 1999100min35mmcolor Fiction
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Overview

Simon falls in love with Jeanne, although they do not speak each other´s language. When Jeanne leaves for a couple of days, Peter, another visionary, calls Simon for a duel.

Program Schedule

Code Date Time Theater Info Ticket
121 2017. 04. 28 14:00 Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema
HEK15
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444 2017. 05. 01 20:00 Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema
HEK15GV
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826 2017. 05. 05 14:00 Jeonju Digital Independent Cinema
HEK15
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  • Review

    A series of crimes occur in Paris. The police ask Simon with supernatural powers for help. With his help, they arrest the culprit. As Simon’s talents are recognized, his rival, Peter, challenges him to be buried alive for three years. As Simon takes the challenge, rumors spread that he’s dead. His lover Jeanne leaves to find him. This story of supernatural powers, magic, love, and conflicts reveals the violence caused by misunderstanding and distortion. This officially select\ed film for the 1999 Locarno International Film Festival metaphorically reflects the bloodshed between Serbia and Yugoslavia and paradoxically shows that what we need in the violent reality and distorted communication are humans´ spiritual communion and magical ability. It is the way to reach others, overcoming the physical and corporeal limitations. [LEE Sang-yong]

  • Credit

    Director Ildiko ENYEDI
    Screenplay Ildiko ENYEDI
    Producer Ildiko ENYEDI, Jolan ARVAI, Joel FARGES, Peter MISKOLCZI, Elise JALLADEAN
    Cinematography Tibor MATHE
    Art Director Danka SEMENOWICZ
    Editor Maria RIGO
    Music Bela BARTOK, Brian ENO, Ludwig van BEETHOVEN
    Cast Julie DELARME, Peter HALASZ, Hubert KUNDE, Peter ANDORAI, Mari NaAGY

Director

Ildikó ENYEDI

Born in Budapest, Hungary in 1955, Ildiko Enyedi directed five features and several shorts winning more than 40 international awards. In 1989, her feature film, My 20th Century(1989) won the Golden Camera Award at Cannes Film Festival and was selected among the 10 best films of the year by The New York Times. In 1992, she was the member of the jury at Berlin International Film Festival. She is a professor at the University of Film and Drama Arts in Budapest and a member of the European Film Academy.