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Hungarian relationship drama

Hungarian relationship drama

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Land of Storms tells the story of footballer Szabolcs (András Sütö) has been playing professionally in Germany and now returns home to his native Hungary after questioning his passion for the game. He returns to live a quiet life in the country, keeping bees while renovating his grandfather's delapidated house, despite the objections of his father (Lajos Ottó Harváth).

Once there he bonds with a man named Áron (Ádám Varga), a local stonemason, who is knocked unconcious and nursed back to health by Szabolcs. But as the pair grow closer, their relationship comes under the scrutiny of the town, which has never witnessed a same-sex relationship.

The couples' lives become even more complicated when Szabolcs' old teammate Bernard (Sebastian Urzendowsky) arrives from Germany to persuade his friend to return with him.

Land of Storms tells the story of footballer Szabolcs (András Sütö) has been playing professionally in Germany and now returns home to his native Hungary after questioning his passion for the game. He returns to live a quiet life in the country, keeping bees while renovating his grandfather's delapidated house, despite the objections of his father (Lajos Ottó Harváth).

Once there he bonds with a man named Áron (Ádám Varga), a local stonemason, who is knocked unconcious and nursed back to health by Szabolcs. But as the pair grow closer, their relationship comes under the scrutiny of the town, which has never witnessed a same-sex relationship.

The couples' lives become even more complicated when Szabolcs' old teammate Bernard (Sebastian Urzendowsky) arrives from Germany to persuade his friend to return with him.

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SKU 0807839007237
Catalogue Number TLAUK210
Product contents 1 disc
Year 2014
Director Adam Csaszi
Format DVD
Publisher(s) TLA Releasing
Countries Hungary
Colour Colour
Subtitles English
Language(s) Hungarian
Running time 107 min
DVD region 2
Certificate 18

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