Cold Days | Chicago Reader

Cold Days

Andras Kovacs (The Stud Farm), generally regarded as the social conscience of the Jancso generation of Hungarian filmmakers, directed this 1966 feature, about the liquidation of Yugoslav partisans by Hungarian fascists during World War II; the film exemplifies the taste for mildly revisionist politics and history (controversial within state-supported limits) that grew up in Hungary during the 60s, and is usually numbered among the director's best works.

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