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Gábor Fabricius – Erasing Frank #SIC36

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Against oppression – a universal story.

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7 min. and 52 sec.

PODCAST | Nicolò Comotti interviews Gábor Fabricius, director of the film Erasing Frank.

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Gábor Fabricius stops by our Venice studio booth to tell us his transition from writer, to short filmmaker and eventually feature filmmaker with his debut Erasing Frank, here in Venice at the International Critics’ Week. Erasing Frank is a timeless story where the weapons of political oppressions are laid bare; a reminder to never give up – and always be alert.

Erasing Frank:1983, behind the Iron Curtain of Eastern Europe in Budapest. Frank is the charismatic singer of a banned punk band that carries the voice of their generation against a totalitarian regime. Taken by the police psychiatric hospital in an attempt to silence him, Frank will sacrifice everything to resist.

To discomer more about the film, click here.

  • Reporter
    Nicolò Comotti
  • Guest
    Gábor Fabricius
  • Interviewee role
  • Film title
    Erasing Frank
  • Festival section
    Critic's Week
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