1981-1990Béla TarrDramaHungary

Béla Tarr – Szabadgyalog AKA The Outsider (1981) (HD)

BrandonHabes on letterboxd wrote:
Raw, unpolished social realism preoccupied with loners on the margins of communist Hungary. Tarr returns to the documentary, free-floating style of FAMILY NEST (1979) to examine working class lives struggling to sustain employment, relationships, and economic stability. The family is once again centered as the object of disintegration. One man’s need for family, and his inability to locate it through personal, corporate and artistic spaces, reflects a fatalistic vision of the family, the individual, as well the society that groomed them.As the film suggests: “The family life, a hearth of discord.” Tarr’s focus on degenerative relationships feels symptomatic of a larger societal concern, either with individuals not being able to care for themselves, or with cultures that never endowed them with the tools to survive the harsh realities of a broken political system. It’s rough, crude, depressing filmmaking that cares for its characters, mourns their plight, even while it keeps us emotionally distant from them.

Szabadgyalog AKA The Outsider-KG.mkv

Container: Matroska
Runtime: 2 h 8 min
Size: 15.2 GiB
Codec: x264
Resolution: 1480x1080 
Aspect ratio: 1.370
Frame rate: 23.976 fps
Bit rate: 16.5 Mb/s
BPP: 0.430
#1: Hungarian 2.0ch FLAC @ 428 kb/s



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