Fateless – Fateless

Fateless - Fateless

Fateless – Fateless

  Imre Kertészs Fateless is probably the most important and most impressive works of fiction about the Holocaust and is a milestone of European literature. Again and again, the writer was asked if he would not see his film like a film too, but he always expressed cautious. All the more amazing it was as 2001, it was known that Kertész would dare even to move from novel to screenplay. Obviously, it felt the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2002 as an imperative that in Hungary would have to use a process of

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Fateless – Berlinale Competition 2005

Fateless - Berlinale Competition 2005

Fateless – Berlinale Competition 2005

  Was not received in yesterday’s presentation of the competition Hungarian film Fateless-nominated by the book Fateless by Imre Kertész. The film had followed after Heights by Chris Terrio had surprisingly withdrawn with Glen Close to participate in the competition. But the high expectations on the film version of the globally acclaimed novel have not been fulfilled yesterday.

Imre Kertész has survived as a teenager, the Auschwitz-Birkenau and Buchenwald. From the perspective

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