Sarah, My Dear

Following his divorce, Péter Bóna the beginner film director needs a bigger sum, to settle the financial affairs with his ex. He travels to Pécs, to Sarah, his long time not seen aunt, who welcomes him warmly, but doesn’t give him a penny. Her relentless firmness confronts Péter with his messy life. Sárika cannot be blackmailed by the wanted Gyuri Klár eihter. She sells all her assets to support the music school of Pécs, and moves into a retirement home in Budapest. Péter gets more and more attached to her.

Director: Pál Sándor
Screenplay: Pál Sándor, Zsuzsa Tóth
Story Editor: ZsuzsaBíró
D.O.P.: Elemér Ragályi
Editor: Éva Kármentő
Music: Tamás Zdenkó
Sound: Károly Peller
Art Director: Tamás Banovich
Costume: Fanny Kemenes
Production Manager: László Lénárth
Photo: Gyula Szóváry
Head of Studio: Köllő Miklós

Cast: András Kern, Irma Patkós, Erika Bodnár, Ági Margitai, Katalin Sólyom, Ila Schütz, Ildikó Szabó, Gábor Ferenczi, Mrs. Árpád Újvári, Tamás Andor, István Verebes, Éva Bázsa, László Paál, Róbert Koltai

1971, Hungarian feature film, black and white, 95 minutes, 35 mm