An old lady jumps off the top of a building. As she falls, she speeds downwards past different windows, capturing a glimpse of the neighbors’ multifarious and eccentric lives, which viewers will later get to know in detail. The latest stroke of genius from the director of Taxidermia, who grotesquely lampoons the vices of the modern human condition.
Budapest, 1974. His first films, Hukkle (02) and Taxidermia (06), sparked the interest of festivals around the world. Afterwards he would highlight his thirst for experimentation with works like I Am Not Your Friend (09) or Final Cut: Ladies and Gentlemen (12).