About the director:
65-year-old Árpád Sopsits is a Hungarian theater and film director and screenwriter. He started his studies at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. He continued his development at the Academy of Theater and Film in Budapest, after which he worked at the Institute of Philosophy and in one of the largest Hungarian filmmasters Mafilm as a screenwriter. Makar has worked on a multitude of performances as a director, and even as an actor, he has found his place in the film industry as we prove by the fact that his film "Strangled" (2016) won two awards at the Hungarian Film Critics Awards.

The 1960s Provincial of Hungary were shaken by a series of brutal murders that shocked the small town of Martfü. A psychotic killer lurks over helpless citizens and continues killing young girls while an innocent man is being convicted of crimes he would never have committed. A decisive detective arrives on the scene and soon becomes a communist case while the prosecutor is pressured to press for the 'perpetrator'. Caused in the congested social, political and psychological world of socialist Hungary, it is soon tired of intriguing and extremely shaky network of conspiracies.

Original title: A martfüi rém (2016)

Language: Hungarian

Duration: 118 min

Country: Hungary

Producer: Ferenczy Gábor, Attila Tõzsér

Co-Producer: András Muhi

Script: Árpád Sopsits

Editing: Zoltán Kovács

Director of Photography: Gábor Szabó

Director: Árpád Sopsits

Cast: Hajduk Károly, Anger Zsolt, Balsai Mónika, Gábor Jászberényi, Bárnai Péter, Zsófia Szamosi, Zsolt Trill, András Réthelyi