Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The Hungarian Age of Illusions was the first feature-film effort by writer/director Istvan Szabo. Andras Balint plays an electrical engineer who hops from bed to bed, never making any lasting commitment with any one woman. All this changes when he falls in love with a local celebrity whom he sees on television (Ilona Beres). Trouble is, he's never met her; like her other fans, he can assess her only by what he witnesses on the small screen. When he finally does touch base with the girl, he's in for a few surprises-some pleasant, many others not so. Completed in 1965, Age of Illusions was not given widespread distribution until 1967.
stranger, committed-relationship, engineering, girl, love, love-at-first-sight, television