A szabadság bolond körei

A szabadság bolond körei is a movie starring Liza Goldschmidt, György Jakab, and Gabriella Blága. The "madhouse" in Intapuszta was a legendary institution in the 1960's and 1970's. Tolerated artists and anti-state aristocrats lived...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
52 minutes
Genres
Documentary
Actors
Liza Goldschmidt, György Jakab, Gabriella Blága, Zsuzsa Csillag
Director
András Dér, Klára Muhi
Country
Hungary
Year
2018
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «A szabadság bolond körei» (18)

Nathan P. avatar
Nathan P.

The "madhouse" in Intapuszta was a legendary institution in the 1960's and 1970's. Tolerated artists and anti-state aristocrats lived here mixed with ordinary patients. Intapuszta was the first "fenceless" work-therapy institution in Hungary. The contradiction of the era is that the creation of the Golden Cage (named by the founder, Benedek István psychiatrist) was permitted in the spring of 1952, at the height of the Rákosi terrorist regime. Intapuszta fully bloomed in the 1960's when Dénes Goldschmidt became the director of the institute. The reform psychiatrist made a special shelter for people who cannot adapt to the "normal world" for some reason. Goldschmidt accepts a baron family whether as a worker or as a patient, also accepts a mother who is unable to keep her child, or an alcoholic or depressed artist who slowly gets back onto his feet here. It also keeps the politically prohibited psychoanalytic traditions in a specific form. As part of the work therapy the patients themselves are copying the Rorschach and Szondi tests, so the psychologists of the era can get ahold of them. They hold theater performances, organize their own radio show, edit literary anthologies, organize sport competitions. Frequent visitors in 'this little circle of freedom' are such magnitudes of the Kadar era as for example Sándor Weöres, László Kamondy, György Petri or Zoltán Huszárik. However, archival research has recently revealed that Intapuszta was in fact maintained by internal affairs and bureaus. And the reports are tied to one single person: Goldschmidt. The fact that the respected Goldschmidt was a III/III agent under the name "Hegyi" deeply shook the psychiatric society. Its need to be explained and reinterpreted.

Raymond Jordan avatar
Raymond Jordan

Words cannot describe the perfection that is this film. Klára Muhi did a fantastic job! Solid cast, action, effects, everything.

Zachary avatar
Zachary

Pleasantly surprised. I really liked it.

Kathleen Richardson avatar
Kathleen Richardson

REALLY ENOYED THIS MOVIE

Terry Guzman avatar
Terry Guzman

Loved the movie. Definitely worth watching especially if you like Documentary

Lisa avatar
Lisa

The action was constant edge of the set stuff, the locations stunning, the CGI, the acting excellent. I left the cinema saying I wanted to go back in to see it again

Jane Phillips avatar
Jane Phillips

Such a great film. Well worth the watch.

Teresa Chavez avatar
Teresa Chavez

I'll be honest - I only really went to see this film because of Zsuzsa Csillag. However, I am so glad that I did!! This film is amazing and completely worth watching.

Laura C. avatar
Laura C.

Ever since the beginning of the film, I was so amazed and happy That I was at the premier of the movie. Very good acting from all the main characters and good acting from the rest.

Charles avatar
Charles

Fantastic movie with a great cast!

Donald R. avatar
Donald R.

Great movie definitely a great buy.