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A film by Hajni Kis

Genre(s): Drama

• Theme(s): Family / Immigration/Emigration / Mother-Daugther Relationship

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  • Hajni Kis


    Born in 1990, Hungarian director Hajni Kis first studied philosophy before moving on to film. She got accepted to the University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest in 2013, where she currently studies film directing.In her first year, she made two short documentaries ('Beauties', '2nd Floor'). Her 2nd year project was the short fiction 'Beautiful Figure', which was nominated for Student Academy Awards in 2016.She recently finished her BA graduation movie 'Last Call", and is now preparing her first feature film.

    2013: Beauties
    2014: 2nd Floor
    2016: Beautiful Figure
    2018: Last Call

Festival(s) & Award(s)

  • 2018: Sarajevo Film Festival | Competition Programme - Student FilmBest Student Film winner
  • 2018: Lublin Film Festival Golden Anteater (Winner of the competition Masters of Emotion), Grand Prix (Short Film Competition)
  • 2018: Poitiers Film Festival
  • 2018: Trieste Film Festival Best Short Film
  • 2018: Lublin Film Festival Best Short Film and Golden Anteater Prize
  • 2018: European Film Festival of Lille Best Actress
  • 2018: European Short Film Festival of Villeurbanne Best Actress
  • 2018: International Festival of Film Schools Competition Best Short Film
  • 2018: Zlín Film Festival Best Student Live Action Film
  • 2018: Friss Hús Budapest International Short Film Festival Best Short Film
  • 2018: Jameson CineFest International Film Festival CineNewWave prize: Best Short Film
  • 2018: BuSho Film Festival Best Short Film from the Student Jury, Silver BuSho Prize
  • 2018: Slow Film Festival Best Short Film, Audience Prize
  • 2018: Malter Film Festival Best Short Film
  • 2018: MFFK Febiofest Bratislava
  • 2019: Filmschoolfest Munich VFF YOUNG TALENT AWARD - Best Film


Anikó Kárpáti is 61 and this is her last day in Budapest. She hopes for a better life with her daughter's family abroad, but first she must close everything that still connects her to Hungary. Anikó begins a mad dash through the city but at the end of this frantic day she must face what is ahead of her and the things that she leaves behind.

Technical Specs

  • Runtimes: 27'
  • Color(s): Colors
  • Ratio: 1,77:1 (16/9)
  • Sound: Stereo
  • Country(ies) of production: Hungary
  • Original Language(s): English / Hungarian
  • Subtitle(s) available: English
  • Audience: General Audiences
  • Format(s) available: ProRes HD

Artistic & Technical Crew

With: Kati Zsurzs, Csilla Berencsi-Eke, Ferenc Kozáry, Zsolt Reitter
  • Screenplay: Hajni Kis, Fanni Szántó
  • Cinematographer: Ákos Nyoszoli
  • Editor: Vanda Gorácz
  • Sound: András Pongor
  • Producer: Gábor Garami, Miklós Bosnyák

Company Credits

  • Produced by: University of Theatre and Film Arts, Budapest