Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Using eighteen different clips, director Peter Timar, best known for his special-effects expertise, experiments with ideas inspired by tunes from Hungarian pop groups. In effect, it is a feature-length movie of nothing but music videos, all of them by one director, all of them sung in English. Each one tells the story of its song, sometimes straightforwardly, sometimes in a highly symbolic manner. Since nothing but the director's name ties them all together, this could have been intended as more of a professional calling-card or videotaped resume, rather than a work for public showing. Nonetheless, it screened at the 1988 Hungarian Film Week in Budapest.