Synopsis: A drug dealer spends his last day alive pedaling around Budapest visiting friends and clients.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Benedek Fliegauf
  9 wins & 4 nominations.
130 min

To the memory of Dodi

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Inforg Stdi and Filmteam


A film by Benedek Fliegauf


- Hello.

- Hello.

- Don't you recognize me?

- No.

- We were in the same class

in high school. - No problem.

You got a light?...


You're welcome.

- I didn't recognize you.

- It's okay.

You changed a little.

- Well, it's been a fuckin' long time.

- Yeah.

- See ya!

- Yo!

Well, it's not the strict diet,

that's for sure.

Listen, I can't follow him around

all day, every second.

Not with a man like him.

I can't follow him

to the bathroom, you know.

How am I supposed to get him in?

I don't know, but it's a mess.

It's going to be a madhouse in there.

They're going to take

the whole stadium apart.

Four trains came only from Romania.

They have this agreement

with the railway company.

I don't know.

Six-hundred something whatchamacalits

came with this charter plane.

From America, yesterday.

If he doesn't get out there very fast,

I don't know what's going to happen.

I don't know.

I don't know.

But you can't pump that man's stomach

or give him an enema.

I don't know who that doctor thinks he is.

The German doc is having a look at him now.

I don't know. I hope we'll survive this,

get though it somehow,

I don't know, then he'll have

to go into detox again. That's right.

Wait, the guy's here.

Good day!

We spoke on the phone

a half-hour ago.

Tell me how much

and let's hurry up.

- What are you talking about? - What

do you mean what am I talking about?

I'm talking about Father jvri,

you know very well.

- Where is he?

- Inside.

So you'll have to settle it with me.

I only do business personally.

Fine. Come with me.

Just leave it,

you don't have to lock it. Hurry.

Come on, come on!

Let's do it, quickly.

Come on!

Hurry up!

He needs an enema. -That's

impossible. It's out of the question.

Why is it impossible?

It is a simple and safe method.

This man is the leader of

one of the largest religious

communities of the country.

You can't give a man like that

an enema.

We have to keep all sorts of

other aspects in mind.

I'm talking about spiritual aspects.

800 grams of smoked salmon could

not have caused a problem so great.

He could have eaten more,

or something else in addition.

This man is suffering from

pathological constipation.

What we're really talking about here

is an impaction of the bowels,

which is in close connection

with cocaine intake or withdrawal.

His system is seriously poisoned

from the toxins

that have leaked into

his bloodstream from his colon.

His circulation is having

a kind of panic reaction

to the large amount

of consumed food.

This reaction is further increased by

the chronic peristaltic deficiency

of peristalsis stemming

from the withdrawal of drugs.

If you really want to give him cocaine,

he says it will be your responsibility

and he cannot give further assistance.

In addition, he warns you that directly

following the ingestion of the cocaine

the patient will have a dramatic

discharge of excrement,

or rather,

a kind of explosive diarrhea.

So he suggests that if it doesn't go

against spiritual aspects,

the patient should be undressed

and placed on a nylon sheet.

Fine, let's do it.

Do it, do it.

Tell Helmut thank you,

the helicopter is waiting for him outside

and we'll transfer the money.

That's the way is goes. Shit!

All because of that one thing.

I couldn't fall asleep 'cause that

stupid bitch got me worked up.

I can't ever sleep as it is.

Who the f*ck can fall asleep?

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Benedek Fliegauf

Benedek "Bence" Fliegauf (born 15 August 1974 in Budapest) is a Hungarian film director and screenwriter. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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