By Defending Ourselves, We're Limiting Ourselves: Director Ildikó Enyedi 'On Body and Soul'

By Defending Ourselves, We're Limiting Ourselves: Director Ildikó Enyedi 'On Body and Soul'

By Paul Risker

"I had a wish for my two characters to risk themselves in order to have a full life -- not to have that miserable and limited life... because they were looking for more safety." 22 Sep 2017 // 9:30 AM

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By Defending Ourselves, We’re Limiting Ourselves: Director Ildikó Enyedi ‘On Body and Soul’

"I had a wish for my two characters to risk themselves in order to have a full life -- not to have that miserable and limited life... because they were looking for more safety."

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22 Sep 2017 // 3:00 AM

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