Füst Milán

Date of the opening:

19 January 2021

Running time:

2h 00′

Location:

Studio performance in the main hall

Húber Vilmos is a television production manager, who do not care about the conventions of human emotional relationships and the appropriate forms of behavior. He loves women, though he lives together with Róza, mother of his child for years. The woman is sick of the constant cheating, she decides to move in Húber’s newest lover and colleague, the seventeen years old Vilma.

The bizarre situation is intensified by the comic figure of Húber’s mother, their family background, Róza’s breakout attempts from the toxic relationship and also the loss of her child. The other characters of their lives slowly disappear by the horrors they lived together and separately, and they are left alone in some elemental interdependence, in an irresolvable unhappiness.


Cast:

HÚBER VILMOS, production manager

NEMESVÁRALJAI GYARMAKY RÓZA, television staff

VÍG VILMA, television staff

MRS. HÚBER, Vilmos’s mother

SIRMA FERENC, butcher

DR. BECK GYULA, doctor

SZÉKELY FERENC, manager

RÓZSI, Vilmos’s sister

PISTA, butcher’s sinewy

OLD PEASANT WOMAN

MIHÁLY, cameraman

TELEVISION STAFF

Set designer: Huszár Kató
Costume designer: Sikó Doró
Composer: Kolozsi Borsos Gábor
Dramaturgy: Keresztes Franciska
Cameramen: Forizs László, Kányádi Szilárd, Kozma Péter
Editor: Fehér Csongor

Directed by: Albu István


Trailer:

Reviews:

Tours:

● Ambijentalni Pozorišni Festival "Novi Tvrđava Teatar" (Novi Tvrđava Theater, Čortanovci, Serbia): 6 September 2021

● Novi Sad Theatre (Novi Sad, Serbia): 5 September 2021

● Kisvárda Festival of Hungarian Theatres, 33th edition (House of Arts, Kisvárda, Hungary): 18 June 2021

Awards:

  • Kisvárda Festival of Hungarian Theatres, 33th edition: the best director award for Albu István (Kisvárda, 2021)
  • Kisvárda Festival of Hungarian Theatres, 33th edition: award of the best women acting for Kányádi Anna (Kisvárda, 2021)
  • Ambijentalni Pozorišni Festival: the best director award for Albu István (Čortanovci, Serbia, 2021)