The Notebook

The Notebook

A Nagy Füzet

DVD - 2014
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Towards the end of World War II, people in big cities are at the mercy of air raids and death by starvation. A desperate young mother leaves her thirteen-year-old twin sons at their grandmother's house in the country, despite the fact that this grandmother is a cruel and bestial alcoholic. The villagers call her the Witch because she is rumored to have poisoned her husband long ago. Previously pampered, the twins must learn how to survive alone in their new, rural surroundings.
Publisher: Culver City, CA : Sony Pictures Classics, [2014]
Copyright Date: © 2014
Characteristics: video file,DVD video,region 1
digital,optical,5.1 dolby digital
1 videodisc (approximately 112 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: A nagy füzet

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ausnos
Feb 02, 2017

The twin boys in the movie turn into sadistic brats. The grandmother is an evil woman. That is pretty much what I got out of it.

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MariaK2102
Nov 06, 2016

A long and very dreary story about two young boys and every one they know at the end of WWII

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snozzleberry
Jul 10, 2016

If you want an entertaining light-hearted film set during WW2, I would recommend "The Sound of Music". Very kid friendly, even though the Nazis are a bit scary.

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Patron3563
May 31, 2015

Not really impressed with this film. A dark and ugly look at World War Two in Hungary. Not a film to viewed with young kids around. There are better films by Hungarians about their country and its struggles. Several about the revolution in the fifties come to mind, that are far more entertaining then this film.

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Patron3563
May 31, 2015

Patron3563 thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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