Finally free, this huge pack of hundreds of dogs run through the streets of Budapest terrorizing the locals for revenge. They create an astonishing sight, for example while running through the Buda Tunnel. It is a unique story of a minority breaking free and taking revenge on its god-like authority - humans.
A year after The Citizen by Roland Vranik, Kornél Mundruczó also created a film about the refugee crisis called Jupiter’s Moon. The movie accompanies a teenager Syrian refugee in Hungary, a story which becomes more and more transcendent. Although he was afflicted with fatal wounds, he not only continues living, but also gains the superhuman ability of flying. Awe-inspiring cinematography captures these flights above Budapest in an outstandingly beautiful way, featuring various special spots of the Hungarian capital. Unlike The Citizen’s raw humanity, this film offers a more symbolic reading in a transcendental manner, alluding to religious motifs.