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Bubble Bath (1979)
de György Kovásznai

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Titre Original
: Hungarian Stereo
Sous-titres : English
Durée : 79 min
Format : Blu-ray / import US  
Zone : A
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BUBBLE BATH (HABFÜRDÖ) – 1979, 79 min. Hungarian director György Kovásznai’s wildly idiosyncratic animated musical is one of the most indescribably strange, personal and totally irresistible cartoon features ever made. Shop window decorator Zsolt (voiced by Kornél Gelley, with Albert Antalffy singing) bursts into the apartment of his fiancée’s best friend Anikó (voiced by Vera Venzcel, with Kati Bontovits singing), paralyzed with fear at his impending marriage.

Contenu et Bonus
  • Region A Blu-ray
  • New commentary track by film historian Samm Deighan
  • New essay by film historian and professor Jennifer Lynde Barker
  • “Interview with BUBBLE BATH Composer János Másik” – 2021, 7 min., dir. Yvonne Kerékgyártó
  • “Restoring BUBBLE BATH” – 2021, 9 min., dir. Yvonne Kerékgyártó. A fascinating look at the restoration of this Hungarian animated classic featuring interviews with György Raduly, director of the National Film Institute and the NFI film archivists
  • 5 Rare Short films by György Kovásznai:
  • Monologue (Monológ) - (1963, 12 min.) – lovely and surreal cut-out animation in a pre-Terry Gilliam / Monty Python style, a wild combination of Victorian imagery and Mod 1960s design
  • Metamorphosis (Átváltozások) - (1964, 7 min.) – Two faces – a woman and a man – blend and change and liquify, reflecting the history of 20th century art
  • Wavelengths (Hullámhosszok) - (1970, 9 min.) - Kovásznai’s abstract masterpiece with hints of Henri Matisse in its depiction of human forms floating in space, set to a surreal soundtrack of radio broadcasts
  • Nights in the Boulevard (Körúti esték) - (1972, 9 min.) - Kovásznai’s stunningly beautiful hand-painted short of a night in the city – poets and lovers in café’s, a constant hum of music and drinks and conversation – done in a gorgeous post-Psychedelic style with hints of YELLOW SUBMARINE and his feature BUBBLE BATH to come
  • A Memory of Summer (A 74-es nyár emléke) - 1974 (1974, 10 min.) – Painted animation at its finest in Kovásznai’s stream-of-consciousness portrait of life in the Summer, color and form and brushstrokes constantly morphing and changing, all driven by a kinetic rock score
  • All of the above short films in Hungarian with English subtitles
  • Blu-ray authoring by David Mackenzie of Fidelity In Motion
  • English subtitles