Private Project


A man who lost the ability of walking, but did not give up the dream of a fulfilled life.

  • Gabor Kvalla
  • Peter Polyak
  • Peter Engert
    Aftermath (2015) , Penance Lane
  • Peter Polyak
  • Gabor Kvalla
  • Robert Suba
    Key Cast
  • Fanni Sarkozy
  • Gabor Attila Varga -
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Other
  • Genres:
    sport, wheelchair
  • Runtime:
    51 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    October 27, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    1,500 USD
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    Black & White and Color
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Director Biography - Gabor Kvalla, Peter Polyak

Hungarian-American painter artist. Loving and doing videography since 2004, photography since 1996. Peter finished art high school in 1997 as graphic designer. In the college he become a painter and art teacher. From the age 19 he was the youngest apprentice of the mural painter master Laszlo Patay at his brand new paintings of three different churches. Later on Peter had an exhibition requested by his hometown Kiskoros (Hungary) with a separate request from his elementary school to explain the way of becoming an artist. He merged the to requests and could only tell his thoughts with making his first 15 ,minutes short movie :"I'm not an artist". Along with his 4 friends (including Gabor Kvalla) they shortly continued working together shooting their first music video for Peter who composed the song and wrote the lyrics of his own song... Since that Gabor Kvalla became a multi awarded short and documentary film director. When in 2014 Peter moved back to Hungary after living in Key West for 7 years, they contacted right away and started shooting Robert Suba's story the Amphibious. They fallowed Robert's life for nearly two years and finished the final editing in 2017 October separately while in 2017 January Peter moved back to Miami, Florida USA.

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Director Statement

Constantly learning the different ways to picture and show life as It is successively teaches us to see nothing twice on the same way.