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As Far As I Know is a film about a husband losing faith in his marriage after an assault. Dénes thinks of himself as liberal and broadminded until he confronts his own hidden limits. Dénes and Nóra have been trying to adopt a child for some years. The film starts with the news that they are about to receive a baby in a matter of weeks. They celebrate with their friends, but have an argument and separate on their way home. The day after, Nóra tells Dénes that after she got off the last bus, she has been raped by a stranger. Lack of evidence, injury or witnesses make it difficult for the police to take action. Then when Nóra’s description is used to find the alleged perpetrator, a high-school teacher, his and Nóra’s testimonies stand against each other, equally credible and totally opposing. The police cannot prove sexual assault has taken place, so they close the case. Dénes starts to lose all his faith in Nóra...

Biography

Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy are a director duo. They both graduated from the University Of Theater and Film Arts Budapest, Nándor as screenwriter, Bálint as director of photography. They are well known as authors of successful short films, and later of music and television commercial projects too. Their short film “Egyéjszakás” was in competition at Saguenay Film festival (Regard sur le court métrage - Québec) and it won the First price of Cris Du Monde International Film festival, in Hungary they won the Gundel Price as Best Directors. Their next short feature “180/100” was represented at the 18. Sarajevo Film Festival in official competition, and it was awarded as the Best Short Film at the Golden Beggar Film Festival.

Filmography

Emergency Call (2010), One Night Stand (2010), From Above (2014)

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