Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Geza Beremenyi serves as director of the Hungarian Eldorado. The scene is Budapest, in the darkest days of the 1956 rebellion. The people are not only hungry and oppressed, but stone broke. And then a flea-market entrepreneur discovers he has the ability to turn his wares into gold. Not surprisingly, Eldorado was released in some markets as The Midas Touch.
entrepreneur, gold, power, transformation, flea-market, magic, merchant, Midas-touch, morals, wealth, crisis-of-conscience, Hungary, hunger [food], rebel