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Winter is coming, events get cancelled, there is nowhere to go on a Saturday night, or you are stuck in quarantine. Now what? We have made you a list of some of the best Hungarian films – a selection from classics to more recent ones – that you can watch from home.

Hungary is not just a popular venue for the global filmmaking industry, but Hungarian films (as well as actors) have also been earning recognition, both in the Oscar awards and at various film festivals.

We present you a list of great Hungarian films that are available online with English subtitles.

Click the link and enjoy!

On Body and Soul (Testről és lélekről)
2017, drama, fantasy

Son of Saul (Saul fia)
2015, drama, war

Demimonde (Félvilág)
2015, drama

The Door (Az ajtó)
2012, drama

Children of Glory (Szabadság, szerelem)
2006, history, war

The Boys of Paul Street (A Pál utcai fiúk)
1968, drama

The Little Fox (Vuk)
1981, animation

Nobody’s Daughter (Árvácska)
1976, drama

Lovefilm (Szerelmesfilm)
1970, drama, romance

It Happened in Europe (Valahol Erópában)
1948, drama

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  1. Unfortunately, all of the links are for Amazon prime, a paid subscription to watch the films. Wouldn’t you post links to the Hungarian film archives which are free of charge?

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