My Way Home

In the final days of World War II, a young Hungarian is making his way home, through countryside full of the debris of war, when he is captured and imprisoned by Russians. Left in the custody of a young Russian soldier, the two youths form a friendship in spite of not speaking each other's language. The Hungarian's attempts to continue his journey homeward provide the framework for this powerful film, considered Miklos Jancso's first masterpiece.

Year: 1964
Genre: War and Anti-War Films, Eastern European Cinema, International Showcase
Country: Hungary
Director: Miklos Jancso
Duration: 98 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains violence.
Subtitles: Yes
Location in store: Foreign (Eastern Europe)



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