Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Andras (Gyorgy Cserhalmi) is an artist whose past comes back to haunt him in this political thriller. Sent to a reformatory for his involvement in the 1956 Hungarian uprising, Andras has become a shepherd to escape the turmoil. One day, he recognizes the chauffeur of a powerful Party member as the cruel supervisor of the facility who drove a youth to suicide. The Party official, with a pretty daughter and an axe to grind, goes after Andras when he expresses an interest in his daughter.
artist, chauffeur, daughter, past, reformatory, shepherd, suicide