|  Book Tickets: 14/02/2001
  |  Buy to Own: 06/04/2009
  |  120 min
Rated TBC by the BBFC


Hungarian filmmaker Bela Tarr directs this bleak, brooding meditation on inner conflict and existential angst, filmed entirely in black and white and replete with Tarr's trademark long takes and lingering camerawork. Miklos B. Szekely stars as Karrer, a listless, introspective man who plods his way through his colourless life in quiet desperation. The only light in his life is the bar he frequents, and the beautiful singer (Vali Kerekes) who performs there, with whom Karrer is hopelessly in love. But the singer is married, and Karrer must resort to cunning ways to get her husband Sebestyen (Gyorgy Cserhalmi) out of the way.