THE CITIZEN is a “poignant drama” – Chicago Reader First-time actor Cake-Baly, who brings breathtaking grace and nuance to the role A culturally biased citizenship exam promises to be the undoing of African immigrant Wilson (Cake-Baly, who brings breathtaking grace and nuance to the role). In the midst of the current refugee crisis and Hungary’s role in it,THE CITIZEN is more than brave to touch upon this issue that both divides and dominates the current European landscape of politics.”— ANNA BATORI – East European Film BulletinNEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 19, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — EXLUSIVE ONE WEEK ENGAGEMENT NEW YORK CITY – July 6-12, 2018 The Metrograph Other cities to follow. THE CITIZEN / Az allampolgar A Poignant and Rigorous Portrait of 21st Century Immigration 2017/109 mins/Color/DCP An ArtMattan Films release Beginning Friday July 6, Metrograph will present the exclusive NY theatrical run of The Citizen. The story follows Wilson, a political refugee from Guinea Bissau, as he attempts to find his place in Hungarian society. He decides to acquire the Hungarian citizenship and meets history teacher Mary. Their interaction takes an unexpected turn…a situation further complicated by his paternal feelings for a fellow immigrant. At a time… Read full this story
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