[REL] Na végre, itt a nyár! (Hungary 2002)

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[REL] Na végre, itt a nyár! (Hungary 2002)

Postby Geronimo » Sat Jun 30, 2007 7:04 pm  11 likes

http://rarefilmfinder.com/showfilm.php?id=12720

A little early to post that in the "release" section, but at least there seems to be a clip of that TV movie here. Haven't checked it myself, so please don't bash me if it turns out to be fake etc.

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http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0327059/
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Re: [REQ] Na végre, itt a nyár! (Hungary 2002)

Postby sprocket » Sun Jul 01, 2007 3:15 am  0 likes

Confirmed the clip is genuine and I've just ordered the dvd from here for those who want it :-

http://www.numero7.com/search.pl?refer_id=pofi§ion=movie&kulcs=product_id&search_string=BPFILM227

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Re: [REQ] Na végre, itt a nyár! (Hungary 2002)

Postby rmt@36 » Thu Sep 06, 2007 7:13 am  0 likes

I would be interested in this one
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Re: [REQ] Na végre, itt a nyár! (Hungary 2002)

Postby Rich » Mon Sep 07, 2009 9:53 pm  0 likes

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Re: [REQ] Na végre, itt a nyár! (Hungary 2002)

Postby Warg » Fri Jan 25, 2019 6:14 pm  7 likes

https://www.rarefilmfinder.com/movie.php?id=12720

"Date of issue: 2002. June 13th. Director: Gregorio At Last, it's summer! a colourful Hungarian youth comedy, presented in 2002 and later expanded by the creators to a 13-part television series. The main characters of this story are children living in Hungary today, who are facing a series of exciting, amusing and touching adventures. The film was directed by Gergely Fonyó, and the screenplay was written by Péter Tímár based on the idea of Bálint Hegedűs, whose name is associated with successes such as the Pretty Girl or Zimmer Feri. The success of the cinema inspired a television series, the plot is essentially the same as that of the movie, although it was supplemented with some other moments. The scenes of the film were filmed on Piliszentlász and Piliszent spirit." (translated from the YouTube post)

Note: There seems to be some confusion between the movie and the TV series in the databases and here ...

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