I would like to create a fiction-based documentary feature film
that is made on original locations and characters - people from
Ozora - but the story itself is a fiction from the beginning
to the end.
The film is basically a film style game in which, behind the
idyllic locations and images lays the story, as the most popular
persons on a magic picture from the turn of the century; often
you have to turn the images upside down, you have to forget
the images you have really seen to find the thing you are looking
Therefore, for me it's important the way of telling the main
story, namely how emerges the secret from the apparently independent
series of scenes; how the images of everyday events became coherent
elements of a series of murder.
I think that the most important organizing elements of the film
are the rhythm, different noises and voices that stand in place
of the words and sentences stated in concrete situations, and
mixed by those generate some strange mixture, a kind of "symphony
of noises". From the small noises appear micro-stories
that, compared with the spoken words point exactly the sole
real story, the human tragedy hidden behind peace.
Film title: "Hukkle"
cca. 75 minutes
by: György Pálfi
Original characters and actors
A film style game, using the elements
of fiction, scenic and
documentary film; "villager mute game" where instead
of words and sentences the village's sounds became a "symphony
of noises" on the rhythm of Uncle Cseklik's hukkling.
In the film, the scenes rendered apparently independently one
after another are bound by the secret, this element gives the
meaning of certain stories. This secret is the story itself.
story: In the village the useless
members of the community die one
after another: those unable to work, the unemployed, old people,
and ill ones.
Behind the apparently idyll lay a series of murders.
Every women of the village are guilty.