Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
This film is about film director Peter Bona, who makes films on a shoestring. To get his next production off the ground, he needs 10,000 Hungarian florins. He puts the touch on a number of people, with no success. However, he has an aunt, a hero of socialism, who is in town for the dedication of a street in her husband's name. He visits her apartment, and steals the money. Something about her captures his imagination, and he sneaks back and returns the money before it is missed. As he learns more about her, Peter's fascination with his aunt grows.
filmmaker, finances, loot, producer [showbiz], robbery