Following the failed 1956 coup in Hungary a militant lesbian journalist returns to her job as a reporter for a Budapest newspaper where she falls mutually in love with the wife of an army officer. Their relationship - and its doomed consequences - reflects the intransigence and oppression of forced Soviet rule over a would-be sovereign nation. For her efforts Jadwiga Jankowska-Cieslak won Best Actress Winner at the 1982 Cannes Film Festival.
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Jawiga Jankowska-Cieslak won a Cannes Best Actress Award for her performance as a journalist who has a love affair with another female journalist. Following the 1956 Hungarian uprising, her husband is nearly murdered while the other woman's husband is killed. The film probes professional and sexual integrity in its plea for tolerance.
Set during the era of Communist rule in Hungary this feature tells the story of the love between two women