امتیاز : 8.5 از 10
موضوع : درام,کمدی
مدت زمان: 7 ساعت و 30 دقیقه
سال انتشار : 1994
محصول کشور:مجارستان , آلمان , سویس
داستان:در روستایی خرابه در مجارستان دههٔ نود زندگی مردم به نوعی بی تحرکی رسیده است. بارانهای پاییزی آغاز شدهاند. چند روستایی قرار است که غروب مقدار زیادی پول نقد دریاف کنند و پس از آن قصد ترک آنجا را دارند. چند نفر برنامه دارند که پول بیشتری از سهمشان بردارند و زودتر فرار کنند. اما خبر بازگشتن ایریمیاش زبانباز که گمان میکردند مرده است را میشنوند. آنها نگران این هستند که او همه پول را بگیرد و برای اجرای طرح عظیمش برای رونق دادن به روستا، استفاده کند.
یک فیلم درام هنری مجارستانی در سال 1994 به کارگردانی بلالا تار است. به رنگ سیاه و سفید ، بیشتر از هفت ساعت به طول می انجامد. این فیلم براساس رمان Satantango توسط رمان نویس مجارستانی László Krasznahorkai ساخته شده است
در سالهای پس از انتشار ، Sát sincentangó مورد تحسین گسترده ای از منتقدین فیلم قرار گرفت و یکی از بزرگترین فیلمهایی است که تاکنون ساخته شده است. در سال 2012 ، در 50 فیلم برتر منتقدان Sight & Sound از موسسه فیلم بریتانیا ظاهر شد.
Sátántangó (Hungarian: [ˈʃaːtaːntɒŋɡoː]; meaning ‘Satan‘s Tango’) is a 1994 Hungarian art drama film directed by Béla Tarr. Shot in black-and-white, it runs for more than seven hours. It is based on the novel Satantango by Hungarian novelist László Krasznahorkai, who had been providing Tarr with stories since his 1988 film Damnation. Tarr had wanted to make the film since 1985 but was unable to proceed with the production due to the strict political environment in Hungary.
In the years since its release, Sátántangó has received wide acclaim from film critics, and is considered one of the greatest films ever made. In 2012, it appeared in the British Film Institute‘s Sight & Sound critics’ top 50 films.
In a desolate village, after the collapse of a collective farm, Futaki is having an affair with Mrs. Schmidt (Éva Almássy Albert), as he is awakened at dawn by the ringing of church bells. Mr. Schmidt (László Lugossy) conspires with another co-worker to steal the villagers’ money and flee to another part of the country. As Futaki is sneaking out of the Schmidt home, he discovers Schmidt’s plans, after which he demands to become part of the scheme—all of this being watched by a lonely drunk man known as the Doctor (Peter Berling), who writes the events down in a notebook. However, the conspiracy is terminated when rumors spread across the village that the charismatic and manipulative Irimiás (Mihály Vig), a former co-worker who had been presumed dead, is returning. Meanwhile, Irimiás and his friend Petrina (Putyi Horváth) make a secret deal with a Police Captain in a nearby city, to spy on the community.
At the village, the Doctor discovers he has run out of fruit brandy. Unaccustomed to abandoning his house, he decides to go out to buy liquor nonetheless. Outside, he is met with hostile weather and the arrival of the night. After purchasing his brandy, he is approached by Estike (Erika Bók), a young girl who desperately reaches out for his help. Behaving aggressively towards the child, the Doctor reconsiders and naively tries to apologize as the girl leaves and disappears in the darkness. Chasing after her, the Doctor passes out, and collapses in nearby woods, and is found in the morning by the town’s conductor who takes him to a hospital.
The morning before the Doctor left his house, Estike is tricked by her brother, Sanyi (András Bodnár), into planting a “money tree” somewhere in the wasteland. She tortures and poisons her cat to demonstrate that she has some control over something in her life. After finding out she has been deceived by her brother and trying in vain to recover her money, she succumbs to silent despair, devastated by what she’s done to her pet. Dangerously marauding in the woods, the girl approaches the local bar, and peers through its window, where most of the villagers dance to accordion music, unaware of the child’s voyeurism. Afterwards, she encounters the Doctor and cries out for his help to save her cat. Rebuffed, she retreats into an abandoned ruin and poisons herself.
The following day, Irimiás arrives at the village while Estike’s funeral is being held. Filled with grief, Irimiás speaks to the villagers hatefully and convinces them of handing him the money of their proposed venture in order to start a new collective farm in another city. The villagers travel together to a distant abandoned building, where they collapse into sleep and have intense nightmares. Meanwhile, Irimiás and Petrina meet with an accomplice in a nearby city to acquire explosives, for reasons never explicitly explained.
The next day, Irimiás tells the villagers that the plan to establish a new farm has been delayed and that their only hope of establishing a farm is to scatter around the country for an unspecified amount of time. Schmidt and Kráner (János Derzsi) demand Irimiás return their money. Irimiás agrees, but upon expressing his disapproval at their lack of trust, the villagers shamefully return the money. After traveling in a truck to the city, each of the villagers is assigned a different task by Irimiás and dismissed, except for Futaki, who tells Irimiás that he would rather get a job as a watchman, and leaves on his own.
Government officials receive Irimiás’ report detailing the villagers’ descriptions, abilities and defects, and decide to re-write it in a more bureaucratically friendly way before filing it away and leaving for home.
The Doctor returns home several weeks later, unaware that Irimiás had taken the entire community with him. As he sits down to write some notes, the same bells that woke Futaki up start ringing. The Doctor decides to leave his house once more to investigate the ruined church where the closest bell is heard. He discovers a madman in the middle of ruins desperately ringing the bells and shouting that Turks are coming. Frightened, the Doctor returns home, muttering nihilistic thoughts. The bells keep on ringing as he covers his windows with boards, completely submerging himself in darkness as he writes the narration that began the film.