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Incella leaves to buy bread

Incella is the teen daughter of a greengrocer family, a confused and vulnerable creature. Charged by her alcoholic mother, she leaves for bread, when the elevator of the run-down apartment block of Budapest breaks down and gets stuck for three days. As no one reacts to the alarm bell, Incella sits and waits patiently. The family notices that the elevator is broken, and after a while... that Incella is missing, too. The family and the tenants come to help – under-informed policemen, lost repairmen, the thinmouthed social worker woman and the colorful group of vacuous ladies – all expecting István, the almighty caretaker to come up with the solution. Finally, Győző, the 8 years-old little friend, suffering from Down-syndrome takes notices of Incella’s voice in the elevator and rescues her. After 3 days spending in her prison, Incella escapes. But to what end? It seems, she had a better time inside.

  • Júlia Széphelyi
    Director
  • Júlia Széphelyi
    Writer
  • Ákos Schneider
    Producer
  • Réka Sinkó
    Key Cast
  • Szabolcs Szekeres
    Key Cast
  • Ferenc Borbiczky
    Key Cast
  • Vivienn Papp
    Editor
  • Project Title (Original Language):
    Incella kenyérért megy
  • Project Type:
    Short
  • Runtime:
    17 minutes
  • Completion Date:
    September 30, 2014
  • Country of Origin:
    Hungary
  • Country of Filming:
    Hungary
  • Language:
    Hungarian
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Aspect Ratio:
    16:9
  • Film Color:
    Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
    No
  • Student Project:
    No
  • Magyar Filmhét
    Budapest
    October 13, 2014
    Hungarian premiere
Director Biography - Júlia Széphelyi

Júlia Széphelyi graduated at the University of Drama and Film, Budapest as a screenwriter. She worked for AZT-Media and Easy Explain production companies as a writer and creative consultant, writing commercials and short animations. Her commercial for Transparency International and ARC were awarded. She developed web-series and a TV series concept for HBO as a co-writer. She has just finished the Serial Eyes, the postgraduation programme of DFFB Berlin and London Filmschool.
Contact:
julia.szephelyi@gmail.com
00 36 30 431 5493

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