Jancsó Miklós

Jancsó Miklós was a Hungarian film director and screenwriter (27 September 1921, Vác, Hungary - 31 January 2014, Budapest, Hungary).
Jancsó's films are characterized by visual stylization, elegantly choreographed shots, long takes, historical periods, rural settings, and a lack of psychoanalyzing.
Jancsó achieved international prominence from the mid-1960s onwards, with works including The Round Up (Szegénylegények, 1965), The Red and the White (Csillagosok, katonák, 1967) and Red Psalm (Még kér a nép, 1971).


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