The 38th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival (July 19 - August 5, 2018) is teaming up with the Film Noir Foundation to present the Northern California Premiere of Budapest Noir, a classically styled hardboiled detective yarn exploring how Hungary reacted to the rise of the Third Reich. The film will be accompanied by a conversation between FNF's founder and president Eddie Muller and director Éva Gárdos on Saturday, July 21 at 6:00pm at the Castro Theatre.
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Budapest, 1936. As the specter of the Third Reich rises beyond the Hungarian border, a newspaper reporter becomes obsessed with the mysterious death of a young woman. His dogged pursuit of her identity draws him into the most craven and corrupt corners of the city, revealing buried family secrets and burgeoning social terror. A spellbinding detective story filled with actual hardboiled history.Read More
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