by Andrew J Horton Londoners who saw Kelemen’s Frost (1997) at last year’s London Film Festival, or those who caught his first film Verhaengnis (Fate, 1994) during its limited release earlier in the year would have had no hesitation about attending this year’s London Film Festival screening of Kelemen’s latest offering, Abendland (Nightfall, 1999). As […]

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